The show, entitled "EZ Help You & More" aired on Sunday, September 14, at 11 a.m. EST at the following web address: http://ezhelp.org/listen.shtml. At around 11:30 a.m. EST, CSA Executive Director Laurie Huget “appeared” as a guest on this online radio show that seeks to clear up confusions in the public mind. Laurie answered questions about the distinction between cryonics and cryogenics. The interview then covered the history of CSA, the membership of the Society, its goals and accomplishments, how cryogenics is used in everyday life, our internationally acclaimed magazine, Cold Facts, and the highlights of our Web site. Go to the Web site above and hear it for yourself! Feel free to contact Laurie with your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NASA has announced that its newest observatory, the Gamma-Ray Large Area Space Telescope, or GLAST, has been renamed the Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope, in honor of Professor Enrico Fermi (1901-1954).
I have a cryostat with closed cycle cryocooler attached. The case is aluminum with a G-10 spacer between the case and a stainless steel bellows that supports the cryocooler. We have a customer that will use this cryostat in Antarctica, so we are required to ensure that no leaks will be present when exposed to … Continue reading Any experience with G-10 in an extremely cold environment?
Elections for CSA President Elect and Directors as well as a vote on acceptance of the proposed amended CSA Constitution and Bylaws closed on August 8, 2008 at 12:00 pm.
Hypres Inc. has delivered two Digital-RF (TM) receiver systems to the U.S. Department of Defense's Office of Naval Research. The systems will serve as test beds to evaluate Digital-RF technology for wireless communications applications.
Zenergy Power plc announced that it will expand its manufacturing facility based in Rheinbach, Germany, allowing the company to accommodate the expected increase in production of its ground-breaking HTS induction heater.
According to R&D Magazine, synchronization of the Large Hadron Collider's beam transfer system was shown to be successful through tests that began on August 8th. These preliminary tests are in preparation for the LHC's official first run on September 10, 2008, which will be webcast at webcast.cern.ch.
Longtime CSA Corporate Sustaining Member and Board Member and Secretary George T. Mulholland, 72, passed away Sunday, August 10, 2008 at Baylor Medical Center in Waxahachie, TX.
American Superconductor announced that it has supplied critical components for a high-temperature superconductor degaussing coil system that will soon undergo US Navy sea trials.
I would like to get several copies of the wonderful "Cryogenic Data" poster that was produced by the Culham Laboratory in 1970. Does anyone know from whom they can be obtained?
We are a small Food Chemistry Laboratory functioning within the Seychelles Bureau of Standards. We wish to purchase a cryostat for the purpose of storing fish samples at *-20ºC* prior to the analysis of Histamine in the tissue of Tuna by HPLC. As per the EU requirement, fishery products should be tested using the HPLC … Continue reading Cryostat for storing fish samples at -20 degrees C
My department is starting up a microsurgery training lab as an adjunct to our resident curriculum. Instead of using live rats, we want to pursue the option of using cryopreserved rat arteries. I have been unsuccessful in finding animal/rodent vendors who deal in this. I basically found a lot of information on cryopreserved rat embryo … Continue reading Vendors for cryopreserved rat arteries
Would you please suggest a few manufacturers that produce cryogenic regenerator lead spheres? The size we need is 0.15mm-0.2mm. I don't have a lot of ideas for where to go to purchase them.
Greetings from Australia. I am looking for a company that I might contact that has any experience or has done any research into cryogenic processing for medical equipment, in particular, joint prosthesis. Is this process being used at all in the treatment of medical equipment other than as a cooling agent for imaging? In addition, … Continue reading Cryogenic processing for medical equipment, mining industry
Does anyone have a calibration curve for pt100 below 70K?
I’m working on a cooler device that will be pretty similar to the devices commonly used in cryotherapy for cooling skin. Meaning that my device will use liquid nitrogen provided to the handle so the liquid gas will be expanded in the handle instead of low temperature, gaseous nitrogen through the application pipe. Everything seems … Continue reading LN2 flow in cryotherapy device
Would you happen to know of any colleges in the US that offer cryogenics as a major? If not, should I major in something like biology or physics before, then branch off to the field of cryogenics? Any information that you could give me would be greatly appreciated, considering this is what I want to … Continue reading Colleges that offer cryogenic studies
Do you know where I can get some documents of testing specification or US standards for cryogenic valves (DN 250)? Or could you give me some suggestion for that?
I am studying FBG sensors for cryogenic temperature measurements. I am looking for a company that can supply me a metallic recoated FBG sensor. Please let me know if anybody has a contact.
For a technical presentation I would like to have some recommendations for low temperature applications of titanium and titanium alloys. Do you think you can help me?