1. Boulder startup licenses CU tech to reduce heat in electronics

    Boulder startup licenses CU tech to reduce heat in electronics

    BOULDER — Startup firm Kelvin Thermal Technologies Inc. in Boulder will begin developing and marketing ways to reduce the heat created by electronics that could lead to ultra-thin and flexible smartphones and wearable electronics.

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    1. Hot areas on consumer products such as smartphones and tablets are not only annoying to the consumer, they can also decrease performance.
    2. In addition to consumer electronics, our thermal ground planes will also have applications like more efficient cooling systems for power plants and temperature control of building and vehicles.
    3. The Kelvin Thermal approach to heat transfer and thermal management offers design teams opportunities to create thinner, smaller more efficient electronics systems.
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