Scientist Invents a Drip-Free Wine Bottle
on 29 March 2017
Forget purchasing a wine spout, a Brandeis University biophysicist has done the impossible by inventing a wine bottle that does not drip. Daniel Perlman designed a bottle that features two-millimeter groove just below the tip which catches the droplets as the bottle is tipped back. This extra lip was the result of three years of study, wherein Perlman watched slow-motion videos of wine being poured, over and over and over again. Honestly, the resulting innovation is not only handy, but it's truly applicable to the lives of many. Right now, Perlman is shopping the idea around.