Liquid windows can turn opaque in the heat and save energy

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A team of scientists has developed a ‘liquid window’ panel which can change opacity to help conserve energy and keep people indoors more comfortable.

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This article originally appeared on Digital Trends on 2020-11-08T17:13:37.000Z and was written by Georgina Torbet.

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