Video: Solar power cools camel-transported vaccines on treks to remote areas

Sep 01, 2009

Video: Professor Winston (Wolé) Soboyejo discusses his camel solar refrigerator project, which may improve vaccine delivery in remote areas of Kenya and Ethiopia.

Video: Professor Winston (Wolé) Soboyejo discusses his camel solar refrigerator project, which may improve vaccine delivery in remote areas of Kenya and Ethiopia. Prototypes of the refrigerators, specially designed to fit over humps, have been tested at the Bronx Zoo.


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