Sunblock Of Future? Study Finds Salmon Sperm-Derived ‘DNA Sunscreen’ Works Better Longer You Wear It - Dolphins can lay it on thick and wet too


Dolphins are always busting their nuts for mankind.

“A recent Binghamton University study finds a thin transparent crystalline DNA film can get better at blocking harmful sunlight the longer it is exposed to it. Derived in part from salmon sperm, this potential sunscreen self-assembles into an increasingly protective layer under UV light.
Researchers have developed a new DNA sunscreen — partially derived from salmon sperm — that actually works better the longer it’s on.
If commercialized, it could possibly solve the old problem of having to remember to reapply sunscreen frequently.”