Rheology Lab
Tactile friction
Bio Tribology

Touch perception

As humans, we interact with the environment via our senses (sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch). Touch perception has been in the attention of scientist for decades, with applications in the textile, robotics, or sports […]

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Bio Tribology

Tribology in oral health

While it may not be immediately obvious, the applications of tribology to oral health concern both restorative and preventative dentistry. On the one hand, the applications to restorative dentistry may be more apparent as oral […]

dry wine tasting
Bio Tribology

High Friction Makes the Wine Dry?

Wine tasting has been elevated to an art form. The experts describe wine tasting as involving four sensory characteristics. The first sense (and most obvious) is taste. When tasting wine, you pay attention to the […]