Research shows promising advances to inexpensive and durable smart window technology

TECHXPLORE | Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed an improved method for controlling smart tinting on windows that could make them cheaper, more effective and more durable than current options on the market. The research, led by Professor Mike McGehee in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, is described in a new paper this week in Joule and uses a reversible metal electrodeposition process that is different from the current industry standards.

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