BRISBANE, Australia – Scientists are developing a vehicle paint that never needs to be washed, saving on effort and environmental damage from harsh chemicals. Researchers from the University of Sydney say their development of a self-cleaning paint is progressing solidly. Although the concept is several years away from use on vehicles, the paint has significant implications for the auto industry. Professor Lin Ye, head of the research team, says the group takes its ...

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