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Home APSU Governor’s School for Computation Physics students dip roses into liquid nitrogen. Once the roses were frozen, the students smashed them on the pavement. (Austin Peay State University) APSU Governor's School for Computation Physics students dip roses into liquid nitrogen. Once the roses were frozen, the students smashed them on the pavement. (Austin Peay State University)

APSU Governor’s School for Computation Physics students dip roses into liquid nitrogen. Once the roses were frozen, the students smashed them on the pavement. (Austin Peay State University)

APSU Governor's School for Computation Physics students dip roses into liquid nitrogen. Once the roses were frozen, the students smashed them on the pavement. (Austin Peay State University)

APSU Governor’s School for Computation Physics students dip roses into liquid nitrogen. Once the roses were frozen, the students smashed them on the pavement. (Austin Peay State University)

Dr. Meagan Mann used the College of STEM’s special recipe to make ice cream using liquid nitrogen. (Austin Peay State University)