February 17, 2017

Building a home that helps residents stay healthy

Building a home that helps residents stay healthy February 14, 2017 by Rick Hellman Credit: University of Kansas What if your house could help keep you healthy? That's the notion that University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design & Planning Associate Professor Joe Colistra and his students will explore this semester through a couple of grants that aim to incorporate big data and sensing technology into the warp and woof of homes of the future.

>Read the source article at Phys.org

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