By using the active ingredient in antifreeze, researchers from Harvard University have developed a 'supercooling' technique that triples the length of time a rat's liver can be stored outside the body prior to transplantation. The technique, should it work on human organs, could revolutionize how transplants are done.
Consider this your first class in ice wizardy 101.
This one's fun, easy, and best of all, can be done in your own kitchen (plus, you'll actually "fool" yourself). I'm not really sure how to use it to score a drink at the bar, but damn does it look cool.