Cryogenic Treatment of Steel and Other Metals

By: Johann Jules

Even the top hunters miss easy targets from time to time. Remember that nobody is perfect, so if anyone claims he or she has never missed a target, it could be that he or she doesn’t really hunt that much, or just plain lying. It takes years of experience in order for one to become a skilled shooter. As you acquire experience in shooting with a rifle, you become more familiar with the characteristics of your rifle. This familiarity makes it easier for you to anticipate things that affect your shooting.
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The nominations for the 2011 Lee Osheroff Richardson Science Prize award has been extended to October 30th. Oxford Instruments NanoScience sponsored the prize, they also rewards young scientists in North America who conduct research employing cryogenics and/or magnetic fields.

The winner of the 2011 Lee Osheroff Richardson Science Prize will receive $8000 cash prize and the opportunity to present his/her work at an upcoming conference.

For nominations and more info, CLICK HERE.


Cryogenic Steel Contest

This month, we’ll give our readers a chance to experience cryogenic treatment. We have this Cryogenic Steel Photo Contest. The theme is “Cold World and Hot Guns“. Submit a photo of you and your rifle with 100 word story to our Facebook page. The photo with most likes will win this one time opportunity of having his gun cryogenically treated. The winner will be announced at the end of the month.
Cryogenic Treatment of Shotgun
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The 16th International Cryocooler Conference (ICC-16) was held May 17-20, 2010, at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The bi-annual International Cryocooler Conference is the premier international forum for the presentation, discussion, and dissemination of the latest research and development activities related to all aspects of cryocooling. Read More