Clearly you not only didn't RTFA, you didn't even read the summary...
It is certainly clear that I did read both and you had not, and you insist on being an ass. From the summary "Then a hydrophobic nanocoating was created for circuit boards to make them water resistant", and from the article:
"The cookware formulation also was tweaked so it can better handle high temperatures.
"Anywhere you don't want corrosion, or ice or things to get wet, this works well," Jones said.
"When you start thinking about it, there are a lot of places where that's good."
You may want to check your facts before initiating a fight and accusing people of things like this.