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Technology package innovation are increasingly application and completely change the way you look and operate modern buildings. Many designers are experimenting with attractive ideas such as installing solar panels, vertical gardens and the use of new materials in the creation of their works. A team of researchers at Stanford University have found an interesting way more efficient to cool buildings.

Their project consists of the huge mirrors on their roofs that can repel the sun’s rays from them. To achieve this effect have created a special substrate, which is thinner even than aluminum foil, and is composed of seven layers of silicon dioxide, hafnium oxide, and silver. The combination between them allows them to create entirely new material, whose structure allows to effectively repel the rays of the sun.

Interestingly, this process has such frequency that they go back into space without warm air around the buildings themselves. Scientists named it “photon radiation cooling”, while this technology is not used additional energy source. In conclusion, we note that this process allows them to repel targets 97% of the sun’s rays, which increase heat buildings.

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