From the Irish Times, Oct. 2:
Irish scientists unlock how to make electricity from tears
UL research may ultimately provide alternative way to control drug release into body
Here's the University of Limerick press release at EurekAlert.Because it is a biological material it is non-toxic and could have innovative applications involving medical implants, said Tipperary scientist and lead author of the research findings, Aimee Stapleton.“Crystals of lysozyme are easy to make from natural sources,” she added.
And the paper at Applied Physics Letters.
The "appropriate" line relates to the introduction to a 2015 post:
I once had a very learned gentleman tell me there are four types of drunks.The learned gentleman was very, very proudly Irish and a keen observer of the human condition.
His categories were:
See also Heraclitus.