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Muhammad Martin / Recycling heat concept

Muhammad Martin
Muhammad Martin

"Women obtain a reduced metabolic rate and naturally tend to produce less heat than men do - causing them to feel colder. Continuous exposure to such extreme colds exposes long-term health effects. Develop an integrated system that provides warmth to rough sleeper across England particularly those that are women. The integrated system is designed to provide warmth in a shorter time-periods when warmth or access to a shelter is not an option.”

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Aston university

Aston university
Birmingham, United Kingdom

Muhammad Martin,
Aston university