08 January 18
The Straits Times by SAMANTHA BOH
A "green" air-conditioning system that harnesses water to cool the surrounding air could, in a couple of years, replace those that use chemical compounds which also deplete the ozone in the atmosphere.
This alternative also does not require a compressor. Together, the features make it a world first.
Researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a bulky ...more