MIT researchers invented cooling tech that doesn’t need electricity

MIT researchers invented cooling tech that doesn’t need electricity

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created a passive cooling tech that could revolutionize how we keep things cold. The new tech, which relies on a three-layer design, was showcased in a new press release. It only requires water, and researchers have used it to cool ambient temperatures by up to 19 degrees Fahrenheit. The researchers published their findings in Cell Reports Physical Science. According to the study, the passive cooling tech relies on a three-layer setup …