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Cryonics

Freeze your brain at death to hopefully reanimate in the future.


Cryonics News

Billionaire Robert Miller may face charges if revived after cryonic preservation

Billionaire Robert Miller may face charges if revived after cryonic preservation

Independent - 31-May-2024

However, legal actions aim for prosecution before his death

First human cryogenically frozen in Australia, hoping for future revival

First human cryogenically frozen in Australia, hoping for future revival

ABC News - 23-May-2024

Procedure involves cooling the body to -200°C and storing it in a special tank

Scientists revive frozen human brain tissue without any damage

Scientists revive frozen human brain tissue without any damage

New Scientist - 15-May-2024

Novel technique raises hope for studying brain complexities

New supercooling technique preserved human heart tissue from damage

New supercooling technique preserved human heart tissue from damage

Medical Xpress - 27-Sep-2021

Retains structural and functional effects even after preserving at subzero temperatures

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Cryonics Resources

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Cryonics UK training

30-Jun-2024

Demonstration of cryopreservation procedures by Cryonics UK (FREE, London, UK)

Tomorrow Bio

Founded by doctors, engineers, and entrepreneurs to further biostasis science and provide a high quality cryopreservation

Cryonics Association of Australasia (CAA)

Self-regulatory authority for cryonics in Australasia

Southern Cryonics

Cryonics organisation, New South Wales

Biostasis Technologies

Largest independent website about cryonics and emerging human biostasis technologies

Cryonics UK Training & Meet Up

06-Apr-2024

Demonstration of cryopreservation procedures by Cryonics UK (Sheffield, UK)

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Cryonics Blog Posts

Cryonics Callout Training with Cryonics UK
17-Oct-2022

Cryonics Callout Training with Cryonics UK

What’s involved in the 4 stages of a cryonics callout? Standby, cool down, perfusion and transportation.

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