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ARPA-E award helps Berkeley Lab groups shine smart windows tech

By / December 7, 2012

Berkeley Lab researchers will use their new grant to perfect new thin-film and manufacturing technologies that will can deliver low-cost window coatings that can be switched reversibly through three states: fully transparent, visibly transparent while heat blocking and light and heat blocking. Credit: LBL. A research group led by Delia Milliron at the Lawrence Berkeley…

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By / July 12, 2011

Check ’em out: • New sensor to measure structural stresses can heal itself when broken • NC State to create video game adventure to boost science literacy • Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers’ Association (ASCER) is launching the tenth edition of Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture and Interior Design competition • Ivy-covered walls take on new power from the…

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Loan guarantee to Sage boosts commercial tintable glass

By / March 7, 2010

Until recently, Sage Electrochromics made electrically tintable windows on a relatively small scale. All that’s about to change. On Friday, the DOE announced that it would provide Sage with a $72 million loan guarantee to build a 250,000 sq. ft. plant in Faribault, Minn. The company’s SageGlass windows can turn from clear to opaque and…

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