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This article was originally published on the website of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's Molecular Foundry:

Heliotrope Technologies, a Molecular Foundry spinoff company, has been declared the winner of the 2012 NOVA Innovation...

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The sun shines on the windows at Berkeley Lab's window testing facility

KQED Quest covered energy-efficient windows research at Berkeley Lab. EETD researchers Howdy Goudey and Stephen Selkowitz are quoted, along with Delia Milliorin of Berkeley Lab's Molecular Foundry. Read the story and listen to the audio report....

Photo of the outside of the new NY Times headquarters

Employees of The New York Times Company (The Times) began occupying their new headquarters on the west side of Manhattan in mid-2007. Three years before this milestone, The Times's facility team had approached building scientists at Berkeley Lab'...

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Photo of an Advanced Windows Testbed room

To help EC windows realize their potential to save energy in California and throughout the U.S., DOE and the California Energy Commission funded Berkeley Lab's Environmental Energy Technologies Division to conduct a three-year field test of EC...

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Screenshot of a transition-metal switchable mirror window video

A unique new type of energy-saving window material developed by scientists at the Environmental Energy Technologies Division of Berkeley Lab has been recognized with a 2004 R&D 100 Award. Given by R&D Magazine, the awards have...

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Diagram of how the film on TMSMs works

The race is on to develop the next generation of energy-efficient windows, and it has a new entrant: transition-metal switchable mirrors (TMSMs). TMSMs are glass panels with a coating capable of switching back and forth between a transparent...

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Small-scale model of the new New York Times building

The New York Times Company and Berkeley Lab's EETD have begun a cooperative research project to test new technologies to increase the energy-efficiency of the new building and to improve the indoor environment for the comfort of its occupants....

Photo of one test window in the Advanced Window Systems Test Facility

The Advanced Window Systems Test Facility was built to test new window technology that will increase energy savings and occupant comfort.

This project provides critical technical support to AERC that includes development and validation of simulation methods to model thermal, optical and energy performance of fenestration attachments, to develop associated test methods, and to...

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The purpose of this project is to develop and validate savings from a new generation of high-performance integrated window and façade solutions and develop supporting design and management toolkits so that the building industry (suppliers,...

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