Research Frontiers’ SPD-SmartGlass to be Featured at NanoDays 2011 at the Museum of Science in Boston

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Research Frontiers’ SPD-SmartGlass to be Featured at NanoDays 2011 at the Museum of Science in Boston
March 25, 2011 – Research Frontiers’ (Nasdaq: REFR) SPD-SmartGlass™ will be featured at NanoDays 2011 on March 26, 2011 from 11:00AM-4:00PM at the Museum of Science in Boston, MA.
Research Frontiers is one of a select number of companies with commercialized nano-scale products that have been asked to exhibit at NanoDays and will feature SPD-SmartGlass made with SPD “light” and SPD “dark” film produced by its licensee Hitachi Chemical Company, Ltd.
Made with patented light-control SPD film developed by Research Frontiers, SPD-SmartGlass is the world’s fastest-switching variably tintable dynamic glazing technology. It is the only dimmable window technology that gives users the ability to instantly and precisely control the level of shading to any point between very dark and clear. This provides exceptional control over solar energy while also adding to user comfort and protecting interiors. Available in both glass and lightweight polycarbonate substrates, SPD-Smart(TM) products – windows, skylights, doors, partitions, sunroofs and more – are laminated glazings that offer a distinctive combination of sustainability and security, can be controlled manually or automatically, and are available in custom sizes and fabrications for new construction, replacement and retrofit projects.
More information about NanoDays 2011 is available at the Museum of Science, Boston’s event website.
To learn more, please visit www.SmartGlass.com or follow us on our Twitter and Facebook sites.
For inquiries, to arrange a presentation, or to visit the Research Frontiers Design Center, please contact:
Research Frontiers Inc.
Gregory M. Sottile, Ph.D.
Director of Market Development
Info@SmartGlass.com
(516) 364-1902

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