UW faculty members will lead projects – including identification of promising catalysts for carbon fuel and chemical production, cloud seeding and a study of the Blair-Wallis watershed- that will use the NCAR- Wyoming Supercomputing Center.
Josh Heiner, a Ph.D. student in UW’s Department of physics and astronomy, was selected for the NSF’s East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes program, in conjunction with the Royal Society of New Zealand.
The material has been shown to cool whatever it sits on by as much as 10-15 degrees Celsius. Additionally, Tan believes that just 10-20 square meters of this material on a rooftop could effectively cool a single-family house during the summer.
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