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Investigating metal-organic frameworks in nuclear waste recycling

Researchers are investigating a new material that could help in nuclear waste recycling and reduction by trapping certain gasses released during reprocessing while saving energy and being less expensive.

How cryogenic sleep might become a reality

Long-term cryogenic sleep or hibernation may be useful for space travel. But with NASA backing out of the project, earthbound applications may be more likely.

Cryogenic success using rats

Researchers have successfully injected a compound into rats in a cold room. The bodies slowed down; however, when the rats were revived, they were healthy.

Pioneer of Cryonics and the ‘Prospect of Immortality’ dead at 92

Detroit - Robert Ettinger, the pioneer of cryogenics, died last Saturday after several weeks of health problems; his body will be preserved frozen in liquid nitrogen at -196°C with the hope that medical technology will allow him to continue living.
 

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Highview is working with commercial partners and end users to design Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES...
Highview is working with commercial partners and end users to design Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) plants. The plants would support a number of applications including, intermittent renewables, ancillary services, and delivering security of supply for large industrial users.
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Students at MIT using liquid nitrogen to make ice-cream.
Students at MIT using liquid nitrogen to make ice-cream.
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Liquid nitrogen used for making ice-cream
Liquid nitrogen used for making ice-cream
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