Cup Changes Color After It's Been Drugged

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Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) is odorless and colorless. But it's now possible to detect it easily. There are materials that change color when they come into contact with GHB. If you make a glass out of it, the drinker can learn when his or her drink has been drugged and then escape sexual assault. The startup company DrinkSavvy is developing drinkware that does precisely that.

Link -via Technabob


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