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New polymer coating keeps buildings cool

Researchers from Columbia University have created a passive daytime radiative cooling polymer coating with air voids that act as a spontaneous air cooler.
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In an article1 published in Science in September, a team of researchers at the Columbia School of Engineering say they have come up with a new polymer coating which uses passive dayti...

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