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We can save coral reefs by putting them on ice
Without even giving them freezer burn.
Will a cryogenically-frozen corpse ever come back to life?
Is there any reason to freeze your body after death?
Teenage cancer victim wins the right to be cryogenically preserved
It’s a historic ruling, but there’s still no science to back it up
Frozen Fruit Fly Sex Is As Freaky As It Looks
But it could reveal more about how life is made
7 Reasons Why ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Is A Beginner’s Guide To Star Trek [Spoiler Alert]
Everyday science, familiar plotlines, and an absence of jargon make this the most accessible Star Trek yet.
Grid Could Meet Sudden Energy Demands By Storing Power As Liquid Oxygen
Cryonic technology could help meet the world’s peak energy demands as well as cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, a...
Playing With Ice
The power to quick-freeze foods with liquid nitrogen opens up exciting new horizons in the kitchen