It took just 12 ice cubes for a team of NTNU science and engineering students to win a competition for a trip to the UN Rio +20 Sustainable Development Conference this June. But those 12 ice cubes were made by using the heat of the sun in a simple, commercially viable system that could be used in developing countries to help fishermen preserve their fish, for example, or doctors preserve vital medicines and...
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