Ice absorbs near-infrared light more efficiently than does water, triggering the formation of intricate patterns.
A maze-like pattern develops in an ice-water mixture that soaks up near-infrared light for 60 minutes. Credit: S. G. Preis et al./Sci. Adv. Read more about Under the right light, ice turns into a twisting labyrinth
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1998 - Ph.D. in Physics, Technion, Haifa, Israel. "Imaging of The Temperature Fields Around a Dendritic Crystal" under the supervision of Prof. Steve. G. Lipson Read more about Curriculum Vitae
Head of BSc Program in Biochemistry and Food Science
Institute of Biochemistry, Food Science, and Nutrition
Member of the Governors of the Society of Cryobiology
Co-founder, SavorEat, 3D food printing.
Co-founder, MicroIce, nanoliter osmometers.
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