Check Out This MIT-Approved Ketchup Bottle
If you happen to squeeze ketchup on everything you eat, here is an invention for you. MIT has created LiquiGlide, a coating that makes the inside of a bottle so slippery, ketchup just pours out like any liquid.
MIT researcher Dave Smith told Fast Company that, "if all those bottles [of condiments] had our coating, we estimate that we could save about one million tons of food from being thrown out every year."
Watch the miracle coating work in the video below, and then try to get the same results by hitting the "57" on a Heinz bottle.