Researcher discovers method of keeping ice frozen at body temp

A smartypants Harvard doctoral student has done the seemingly impossible: figured out how to keep ice frozen at body temperature. The research came out of trying to make diamonds completely smooth for use in medical implants. By placing an extremely thing layer of ice over the diamonds, they become perfectly smooth and the ice stays a solid.

Who knew that diamonds were being used for medical implants in the first place? Call me crazy, but medical procedures are insanely expensive enough already. I'm impressed with your discovery, but if you can figure out a way to make printer paper work just as well, that would be a much more cost-effective solution. You guys just let me know when you get that worked out, OK?

Physorg, via MedLaunches