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UTSA researchers work to create smart buildings that can actively talk to smart grids

(University of Texas at San Antonio) Bing Dong, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, at the University of Texas at San Antonio, has received a $173,420 grant from the National Science Foundation to support his top-tier research in the development of smart cities. The grant is part of a White House initiative established last year to encourage the development of smart city technology.
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