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.


Video by Michael E. Wood

More information: www.princeton.edu/main/news/ar… xml?section=featured

Provided by Princeton University (news : web)

Explore further: User-friendly electronic 'EyeCane' enhances navigational abilities for the blind

add to favorites email to friend print save as pdf

Related Stories

Rover Extraction Tests Begin (w/ Video)

Jul 07, 2009

Using a test rover in a sandbox at JPL with special soil simulating Spirit's predicament on Mars, engineers are assessing possible maneuvers for getting Spirit out and onto firmer ground.

The Ultimate Home Cinematic 21:9 Viewing Experience

Jan 20, 2009

(PhysOrg.com) -- Imagine yourself, watching true Cinema 21:9 LCD TV in the privacy of your own home! Philips is the first to come out with Cinema 21:9, as other manufactures are sure to follow in their footsteps. ...

Dell Talking About 80-Core Chip Processor

Nov 20, 2008

(PhysOrg.com) -- This week Michael Dell (CEO of Dell) gave a slide presentation that included Intel´s recently developed 80-core processor. This isn't the first time that the 80-core chip was mentioned in ...

Recommended for you

When emotions control objects

11 hours ago

Dimming a light, immersive playing on a computer, and tracking yoga exercises in real time – sensors developed by SmartCardia use various vital signs to transmit data to a host of everyday objects.

Tailored 'activity coaching' by smartphone

Oct 17, 2014

Today's smartphone user can obtain a lot of data about his or her health, thanks to built-in or separate sensors. Researcher Harm op den Akker of the University of Twente (CTIT Institute) now takes this health ...

WASP has printer, will travel, to make houses

Oct 16, 2014

At Maker Faire Rome, an Italian 3D printer company is demonstrating a tall, portable machine that will bring 3D-printed dwellings to impoverished countries. WASP has been exploring low-cost solutions to ...

User comments : 0