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Vol. 38, No. 2, 2022


  • Women in Cryogenics
  • World’s Largest Hydrogen Tank
  • New Remote Liquid Oxygen System
  • Easy Zero-Boiloff
  • Bioresearch Merger
  • Quantum Boomerang

 

Vol. 38, No. 1, 2022


  • New Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations
  • How the Webb Telescope Keeps Cool
  • DESI: Largest 3D Map of the Cosmos
  • Outsourcing Considerations for MLI Blankets
  • Misconceptions in Cryogenic Heat
  • Young Professionals

 

 

Buyer’s Guide 2022

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  • ITER Begins Cryoplant Commissioning
  • Cold, Superdense Atoms Become Invisible
  • GenH2 Provides NASA Test Instrument
  • Demaco’s ESS Hydrogen Distribution System
  • Buyer’s Guide
  • Women in Cryogenics

Vol. 37, No. 5, 2021

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  • KEK to Launch Premier Research Center
  • Hydrogen, Lenses and Lasers, Oh My!
  • World’s Largest Helium Hub
  • Switching on a Superfluid
  • SLAC Doping of a 1D Chain of Cuprates
  • The Safe Use of Cryogenic Technologies

Vol. 37, No. 4, 2021

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  • LHCb Discovers Oldest Exotic Matter Yet
  • DUNE Drills, Preps for Liquid Argon
  • Purdue Experiment Reaches ISS
  • Book Review: Going for Cold
  • Drumming Up Dark Photons
  • Out of the Box Qubit Measurement

Vol. 37, No. 3, 2021

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  • SOFIA Upgrading One-of-a-kind Camera
  • CERN Lays First Stone of Science Gateway
  • NSF’s Spectroscopy Investment
  • High Temperature 2-D Superconductors
  • Argonaut Designs Supercold Robotics
  • ‘Outer Space’ Ice at Oak Ridge