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cry·o·gen·ics

(krī'ō-jen'iks),
The science concerned with the production and effects of very low temperatures, particularly temperatures around that of liquid helium (< 4.25 K).
[cryo- + G. -gen, producing]
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Statebourne Cryogenics is in the process of building a number of its mobile refuelling stations, which will be distributed to customers of BOC.
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The newest findings might make quantum-physics experiments easier by eliminating tricky cryogenics and might lead to practical payoffs such as extremely low-power lasers.
Air Liquide is the cryogenics partner, providing the refrigeration system modifications, system engineering and installation support.
Assuming he's there to assist, Adam quickly becomes Vick's subject (his second, after a first botched try) in a bizarre experiment combining cryogenics, serums, various tubes and enough blood to keep the queasy on edge.
SatCon noted that it will work with cryogenics systems experts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on the project.