Engineers from Rice University have proposed a colorful solution to futuristic energy collection—adding luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs) to windows in buildings.
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Camera Networks and Their Role in Construction Automation
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Using Semiconductors in Smart Buildings
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New Process to Use Sewage Sludge to Optimize Building Materials
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