New research by University of Utah chemists provides the foundation to design efficient polymers that can prevent the growth of ice that damages cells.
The smallest nanodroplet of water in which ice can form is only as big as 90 water molecules—a tenth the size of the smallest virus.
Rising temperatures has accelerated the melting of this huge region dramatically since the start of the 21st century.
100-year-old physics model replicates modern arctic ice melt.
New U research shows that organisms use special proteins to form or inhibit ice crystals.
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