Standard refrigerators use vapor compression to cool down your food. But in space, there is no gravity to keep vapors and liquids secure. Purdue researchers have worked with NASA, Air Squared, and Whirlpool to create a prototype fridge that works upside-down, meaning it can potentially function in zero gravity.
Mechanical Engineering: https://purdue.edu/ME
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