21 Apr '17, 12pm

Singapore researchers turn water into 'lemonade'

SINGAPORE (REUTERS) - It looks like lemonade and apparently it tastes like it too. But these glasses are actually filled with water. A research team in Singapore say they've devised a way to make water taste like lemonade. They start off by dipping a sensor into a glass of real lemonade. The PH value is then remotely transmitted to electrode strips running along the top of a glass of water - which emulates the taste. The scientists working on the project say the flavour can then be transmitted through the internet to a friend. "So we often have these experiences, like, we try to drink some beverages in a bar, and we often recall a friend's name, or my wife's name, or my dad's name, thinking, 'oh if I can send this beverage to my loved one that will be great, right, they will love it too," said Dr Nimesha Ranasinghe, lead researcher at Keio-NUS CUTE Center. The team also cl...

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