National Gypsum tests heat-absorbing drywall

02/4/2010 | MIT Technology Review

National Gypsum is experimenting with drywall that can absorb heat, effortlessly cooling a building and eliminating the need for air conditioning in some areas. The new eco-friendly drywall contains wax capsules that, as they melt, pull heat from the surrounding air.

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