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Passive cooling by combining evaporation, radiation and insulation

ICER, a new passive cooling technique, can extend food shelf life by 40% in humid climates and 200% in dry climates with low water-refilling frequences. 

ICER (insulated cooling with evaporation and radiation) is a passive cooling technique being developed at MIT. Passive cooling is an interesting prospect for meeting global cooling needs in terms of thermal comfort or food and pharmaceutical preservation. Passive cooling has a low carbon footprin...

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