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Interpenetrating Network Hydrogels and their Photochemical Modification

An interdisciplinary team of Stanford University researchers have developed a novel interpenetrating polymer network hydrogel that is useful for a wide variety of medical, industrial and personal hygiene applications. The material is simultaneously mecha...
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Radiative Cooling of Solar Cells

Stanford researchers at the Fan Group have developed a novel method of passively cooling solar cells via a radiative cooling mechanism. The pyramid structures made of silica glass (shown in image below) provide maximal radiative cooling capability. T...
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