3D printed heat exchangers made in New Zealand could enable smaller, more efficient electronics

3D printed heat exchangers made in New Zealand could enable smaller, more efficient electronics

Two researchers from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand have used 3D printing to develop “high-performance heat exchangers” which could impact the design, production, and efficiency of electronic devices, vehicles, and more. The duo, consisting of Professor Conan Fee and Dr. Tim Huber, was recently recognized for its innovative research and was awarded a prize as part of the University of Canterbury’s annual Tech Jumpstart competition. The competition awards up to $20,000 over six months to five notable research projects with commercial potential. Researchers Dr. Tim Huber (left) and Professor Conan Fee (right) The heat exchangers developed by […]

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