February 3, 2011
Vincent Grillo is featured in "Where in the World is Cold Facts?" a new contest in Cold Facts Magazine (http://cryogenicsociety.org/cold_facts/) from the Cryogenic Society of America.
Cryofab's Co-President, Vincent Grillo, shows his issue of Cold Facts at the Cryogen-Expo conference in Moscow. Mr. Grillo is on the board of the Cryogenics Society of America, which publishes Cold Facts. ( cryogenicsociety.org/about_csa/board_members/)He plans to represent Cryofab at more trade shows in 2011, including Pittcon 2011 in Atlanta, GA, March 14 - 17; the Applied Physics Show, Dallas TX, March 21 - 25; Cryogenic Engineering in Spokane, WA, June 13 - 17; and Medtrade in Atlanta, GA, October 24 - 27. (http://www.cryofab.com/html/news.htm#trade)
The new contest, by Cold Facts Magazine, challenges readers to show their issue of Cold Facts in exotic, cool, and technically pertinent locations. The winners will get a free, one-year subscription to the publication. Cold Facts magazine is published five times a year, and is the only magazine exclusively dedicated to the science and technology of very low temperatures. The Cryogenic Society of America is a non-profit technical society serving those interested in extremely low temperature science and technology.
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