Ultraviolet light is a form of light that’s invisible to the naked eye, but it’s also highly harmful to the environment.
And because sunlight has wavelengths that can penetrate into our skin, ultraviolet light can penetrate deeper into our bodies, causing skin cancer and other diseases.
Now, scientists at the University of Texas at Austin have developed an ultraviolet-reflecting material that is much less harmful than sunlight, but also has some drawbacks.
The team of researchers has created an adhesive that can be stretched or torn to create an ultraviolet lantern.
The adhesive has a surface that is less sticky than ordinary adhesive, which means it can be used on any surface to create a temporary shade of light.
The researchers are hoping the adhesive can be more widely available.
If you’re wondering what happens to your skin after you’ve put on a temporary UV light-reflector, this video will explain:If you’d like to learn more about ultraviolet lamps, we have an article on how to use a UV lamp to create temporary shade for your outdoor patio, as well as a tutorial for making a UV-lamp for a window or a window shade.