This structure will generate its electrical energy through 1,200 photo-voltaic solar panels on the roof. It will also incorporate a number of energy-saving features, including a cooling system that uses natural ventilation wherever possible.
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March 7, 2017 —Are your city’s streets flooded with bright yellow taxis, or do the cabs blend in with other vehicles in traffic?That detail might seem small, but new research shows that a taxicab’s color has an impact on how likely other vehicles are to crash into it.A new study from the National University of Singapore found that yellow taxis are involved in rear-end collisions 9 percent less frequently than blue cabs. Published Monday in Proceedings of the National Ac
Southeast Asia in Ruins: Art and Empire in the Early 19th Century (National University of Singapore Press, 2016) by Sarah Tiffin