Supercool technique keeps liquids liquid well below freezing

Freezing is one of the simplest methods of preserving food, biological tissue and other perishables, but the formation of ice crystals can damage cells. Now, researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have developed a new way to "supercool" water and similar solutions to keep them in a liquid form well below the usual freezing point... Continue Reading Supercool technique keeps liquids liquid well below freezing Category: Physics Tags: Cryopreservation Ice Massachusetts General Hospital Water

Supercool technique keeps liquids liquid well below freezing

Freezing is one of the simplest methods of preserving food, biological tissue and other perishables, but the formation of ice crystals can damage cells. Now, researchers from Massachusetts ...

Mon 13 Aug 18 from Gizmag

A hydraulic jump

When water hits water, a fluid-mechanical mystery arises.

Wed 8 Aug 18 from Cosmos Magazine

New explanation for water's circular jump

Varying viscosity and surface tension could aid the design of more efficient high-power cleaning and cooling systems

Tue 14 Aug 18 from Chemistry World

A weird water behavior that intrigued Da Vinci finally has an explanation

In the 16th century, Leonardo da Vinci first described a fascinating phenomenon involving water that later became known as the hydraulic jump. And a mere five centuries later, scientists have ...

Fri 10 Aug 18 from FOXNews

A Weird Water Behavior That Intrigued Da Vinci Finally Has an Explanation

You don't need to go far to see water behave this way.

Thu 9 Aug 18 from Livescience

The secret to Mars’ past warmth could be beneath Curiosity’s wheels

Minerals forming in ancient lake bottom could have boosted greenhouse effect.

Thu 9 Aug 18 from Ars Technica

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