University of Missouri Engineers Develop On-Skin Device that Works as Personal Air Conditioner

On Skin personal ac
Image credit: University of Missouri
When you have a fever or you’re sweating it out in a gym, it’s important to control your body heat. There are few methods available for lowering body temperature but […]
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