A new paint that makes robust self-cleaning surfaces has been developed by a team led by UCL researchers. The coating can be applied to clothes, paper, glass and steel and when combined with adhesives, maintains its self-cleaning properties after being wiped, scratched with a knife and scuffed with sandpaper.
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Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie Pitt has revealed in the New York Times that she had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to prevent ovarian cancer. Two years ago she underwent a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction after she was found to carry a mutation, or alteration, on the BRCA1 gene. This was inherited from her mother, who developed ovarian cancer aged 49, says Dr Lucy Side (UCL Women's Cancer) in The Conversation. More...