Printing with water instead of ink (video)


Many people are keen to reduce their paper waste, but storing and sharing data electronically is not always feasible. Rewritable paper would be one answer to this problem. Now, Chinese scientists have come up with‘waterjet printing’ that uses paper coated with dyes that change colour when wet and return to their colourless state when dry.

To create rewritable paper the researchers

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