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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Nanomaterial magic: from a window to a mirror with the flick of a switch | Science | The Guardian

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Australian National University team says the breakthrough could protect satellites from radiation and create energy-efficient homes Australian scientists have developed a technique to create temperature-controlled nanomaterial that could be used to turn a window into a mirror at the push of a button. The method, developed by a team of 12 at the Australian National University, could be used to protect multibillion-dollar satellites from harmful radiation, create energy-efficient temperature-cont.  show all text
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