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Published on Jan 19, 2018
Getting ketchup out of the bottle wasn't always so smooth or easy. But a coating material called LiquiGlide, originally invented to solve a problem in the oil industry, cuts the natural friction and tension between liquids and solids, allowing you to get out every last drop of toothpaste, cream cheese or paint. The NewsHour’s Nsikan Akpan reports.
Creators: Nsikan Akpan Matt Ehrichs
Video Editor: Matt Ehrichs
Producers: Jenny Marder Richard Coolidge Patti Parson Sara Just Nick Massella
Graphics: Adam Sarraf
Special Thanks: Priscilla Shanks Deep See Films LLC
Music (via Free Music Archive):
LiquiGlide: “Ingenuity” by Lee Rosevere “Electric Car” by Podington Bear “Whiz Bang” by Podington Bear “Humble Pie” by Podington Bear “We’re Almost There” by Lee Rosevere