When you enter into the world of dating in college , remember some of the following tips. Take the time to get to know your roommates, make friends, and get involved on campus before you really start dating. When you begin dating in college, it can be easy to become so caught up in your new relationship that your stop spending time with your other friends, and neglect some of the other important relationships in your life. Try to ensure that, even with your dating life in full swing, you prioritize your classes to keep your grades up.
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A man and woman holding hands. Image courtesy of Flickr and Ryan McGinnis. Disclaimer: Picture not of people in article. Dating is weird. Always has been, always will be. But the Internet has thrown a whole new wrench into that weird, awkward system. The question is, has the change been beneficial?
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University of Texas at Dallas researchers have discovered that a novel surface they developed to harvest water from the air encourages tiny water droplets to move spontaneously into larger droplets. When researchers placed microdroplets of water on their liquid-lubricant surface, the microdroplets propelled themselves to climb, without external force, into larger droplets along an oily, ramp-shaped meniscus that forms from the lubricant around the larger droplets. Xianming Dai , assistant professor of mechanical engineering in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science , who led the work. The findings, published March 25 in Cell Reports Physical Science , could solve key problems in harvesting water from air. Many droplets that condense from water vapor in the air are too small to be collected, and they can cover a surface in a way that impedes further condensation.