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Want to levitate? All you need are magnets, liquid nitrogen and superconductors. Well, maybe not exactly. But if you want
The Portable Nitro-Ice Cream Buggy Charlie Francis is bringing excitement back to the world of sweets. Whimsy, innovation
Ever wonder what happens when you drop a bottle of liquid nitrogen into a bucket full of ping pong balls? Check it out in
Listen in as Top Chef Richard Blais dishes about his liquid nitrogen cocktails, why he's moved to California and how to pack the perfect kids' picnic on the beach!
Coqueta inhabits the new futuristic realm in which restaurants are designed to be more than just places where we eat. This new culinary realm, chef Chiarello explains, "fills an experiential void" for urban Americans who are drained by stress and boredom.
How I Did It: Robyn Sue Fisher has discovered a way to make ice cream taste even better by using her own super high-tech ice cream machine dubbed “Kelvin” which uses liquid nitrogen. This ice cream machine was developed over the course of 2 years with the help of a NASA engineer.
But we all know that's not how burial works, at least not in the U.S. Most of the time, bodies are embalmed with chemicals
Huffpost Senior Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria talks about the future of the death industry, including ways to "green up" burial practices.
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What happens when you mix a bottle of liquid nitrogen with a trashcan full of ping pong balls? Something awesome! Plymouth
What happens when you combine a garbage bin, liquid nitrogen and 1,500 ping pong balls? Before you find out, University of
When the LN2-filled bottle explodes, it appears to blow out the bottom rather than the sides, which was probably good news