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Researchers working in GE labs have used special magnetic material to achieve temperatures cold enough to freeze water. The breakthrough system, which is projected to be 20 percent more efficient than current refrigeration technology, could be inside your fridge by the end of the decade.

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generalelectric:

Inside the CSX Northwest Ohio Intermodal Terminal. GE Evolution Series locomotives pass through the CSX network day and night, helping to ship 50 million tons of freight across 21,000 miles of track.  

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Here is another advanced material The Slo Mo Guys caught with their Phantom Flex camera when they were recording some of GE’s research. They got to play with magnetic liquid called ferrofluid, shown in this gif, along with the superhydrophobic coatings that completely repel water. The liquid above is made of tiny particles of magnetic materials suspended in a solution. Such fluids behave in odd and interesting ways when they are exposed to magnetic fields. 
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Here is another advanced material The Slo Mo Guys caught with their Phantom Flex camera when they were recording some of GE’s research. They got to play with magnetic liquid called ferrofluid, shown in this gif, along with the superhydrophobic coatings that completely repel water. The liquid above is made of tiny particles of magnetic materials suspended in a solution. Such fluids behave in odd and interesting ways when they are exposed to magnetic fields. 

See their whole video here.

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The Slo Mo Guys brought their Phantom Flex camera to record GE’s advanced research making superhydrophobic coatings that completely repel water. They caught water dyed with red or blue bouncing off treated surfaces at 2,500 frames per second. These coatings, which trap air in nanostructures to create a protective buffer, will be very useful on airplanes, wind turbine blades and other applications.

See their whole video here.

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