Nail paint that detects drugs in drinks

Nail paint that detects drugs in drinks

August 28, 2014

Undercover Colors is a prototype of nail polish that changes color if it is immersed in a drink that is adulterated with drugs that are often used to cause rape due to its colorless, odorless and tasteless nature, such as Rohypnol and GHB.

The drivers of this development are Chemistry students at the University of North Carolina Ankesh Madan, Stephan Gray, Tasso Von Windheim and Tyler Confrey-Maloney, and they are still looking for funding, although they have already received the sum of 100,000 dollars from an investor .

Thus, at the next party or bar, the woman with this nail polish who receives a glass from someone will simply have to stir the glass or drink a little with her finger.

via The nail polish that detects drugs in drinks to prevent violations.

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