Kenilworth, New Jersey,
February 3, 2012
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. He plans to represent Cryofab at more trade shows in 2012, including Pittcon 2012 in Atlanta, GA, March 14–17; the Applied Physics Show, Dallas TX, March 2–25; Cryogenic Engineering (CEC-ICMC) in Spokane, WA, June 13–17; and Medtrade in Atlanta, GA, October 24–27.
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.