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UCLA engineers create tiny air conditioning device

By Dean Hughes

Oct. 12, 2017 3:00 p.m.

Engineers from UCLA’s materials science and engineering department have created a device that could spark a revolution in compact cooling. The device makes use of electrocaloric effects and a special polymer actuated by the electrostatic process in order to rapidly cool targeted areas.

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Dean Hughes
Hughes is a news/opinion producer for Video. He was previously a contributor for Video.
Hughes is a news/opinion producer for Video. He was previously a contributor for Video.
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