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In the race for Post 2, incumbent Quincy Holton drew opposition from Jason Evans, the owner of a cryogenic processing company.
For starters, the baby-faced Beck, at 47, looked like he'd been recently released from a late '90s cryogenic sleep.
That includes a group led by Leo Stodolsky, a physicist and director emeritus at the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, Germany, which is developing cryogenic detectors that can spot nuclear recoils with far lower energies.
Most cellular membranes on Earth also include fat-like molecules called lipids, but these lipid layers can't survive in cryogenic methane.
The actress will play a woman who mysteriously wakes up inside a cryogenic chamber and must escape before her air supply runs out.
Much of that time was spent painstakingly developing an indigenous, cryogenic engine that uses liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen as propellants, said ISRO's chairman, A.S. Kiran Kumar.
India has long worked towards developing its own cryogenic engine, the upper stage engine technology required to carry heavier communication satellites, as showcased in Monday's launch.
Unlike the Air Force's X-37B unmanned spaceplane that launches on top of an Atlas V rocket, the XS-1 will launch vertically on its own internal engines using cryogenic propellants—
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First Known Use of cryogenic
medical Definition of cryogenic
- cryogenic surgery
- cryogenic arterial thrombolysis
cryogenicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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