How an MIT Researcher’s Zero-Electricity Cooling System Could Reduce Food Shortages

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  • MIT researchers have developed a cooling technology which requires zero electricity and little maintenance.
  • The technology combines radiative cooling, evaporative cooling and thermal insulation.
  • This device could cut global foot shortages and provide a shelf-life extension for off-grid locations.

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