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Scientists make thin material that acts as air conditioner – Tech News | The Star Online

The Star (Malaysia)

Scientists roll out thin material that acts as air conditioner

Malay Mail (Malaysia)

Scientists make thin material that acts as air conditioner

Free Malaysia Today

Chinese professors invented "magic film" spread on the roof and the room temperature dropped by 17 degrees celcius

China Press Malaysia

New metamaterial can cool roofs, structures with zero energy consumption

National Nanotechnology Centre Malaysia

International

Engineers scale up a low-cost, energy-saving cooling system 

10/26/2018 | University of Colorado Boulder (US)

Cooling paint drops the temperature of any surface

9/27/2018 | Sciencemag

Scientists make thin material that acts as air conditioner

2/9/2017 | Yahoo! Singapore

New material can keep buildings cool without power input

9/22/2017 | News Direct

Cooling Film Gets Warm Response

3/20/2017 | WVXU-FM

CU Boulder Engineers Develop Paper Thin ‘Metamaterial’ That Cools Without Expending Any Energy

3/7/2017 | KPRH-FM (Colorado Public Radio)

Paper-thin air-conditioning system uses no energy

2/24/2017 | The Denver Post

Materials: Hybrid film cools in the Sun

2/15/2017 | Nature – Online

New metamaterial enhances natural cooling without power input

2/13/2017 | Physics World

Newly engineered material can cool roofs, structures with zero energy consumption – ScienceBlog.com

2/13/2017 | Science Blog

How This New Material Can Cool A Rooftop With Zero Energy Consumption

2/12/2017 | Forbes Online

How to keep cool without costing the Earth

2/10/2017 | The Economist

Metamaterial Cools Roof Without Energy

2/10/2017 | R&D Magazine – Online

Newly engineered material can cool roofs, structures with zero energy consumption

2/9/2017 | University of Colorado Boulder (US)

Cheap plastic film cools whatever it touches up to 10°C

2/9/2017 | Sciencemag

 
 
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