Research Frontiers Presentation, "Cleantech Daylighting Using Smart Glass: A Survey of LEED Accredited Professionals," Now Available

On June 3, Dr. Gregory M. Sottile, Director of Market Development for Research Frontiers (Nasdaq: REFR), presented the results of a market research study at the Clean Technology 2008 conference in Boston, Massachusetts.

His presentation, entitled "Cleantech Daylighting Using Smart Glass: A Survey of LEED Accredited Professionals," discusses smart glass and its applicability as a clean technology for architectural daylighting. It further summarizes the results of a first-of-its-kind nationwide study of architecture professionals on the subject of smart glass, daylighting and sustainability.

Click bellow to view the slide presentation given at the conference.

600450 Research Frontiers Presentation, "Cleantech Daylighting Using Smart Glass: A Survey of LEED Accredited Professionals," Now Available glassonweb.com
Date: 9 June 2008
Source: Smart Glass

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