New Cryoprotectant Chemicals Could Preserve Organs Without Ice Damage

Posted in Medicine, Science on 25th Jun, 2022
by Alex Muller

The team tested the chemical on four cell types, including skin and brain cells.

Defrosted Nematode worms come back to life after 42,000 years and are oldest living creatures

Posted in Science on 29th Jul, 2018
by Alex Muller

Roundworms from two areas of Siberia came back to life in Petri dishes after being frozen for 42,000 years.

Inductive heating of Magnetic Nanoparticles enables safe thawing of cryopreserved transplant organs

Posted in Medicine on 3rd Mar, 2017
by Alex Muller

Nanotechnology can be used to rapidly rewarm cryogenically treated samples without damaging delicate frozen tissues.

Will a cryogenically-frozen corpse ever come back to life?

Posted in Science on 6th Dec, 2016
by Alex Muller

Will it one day be possible to cryopreserve a human brain in such a manner that it can be revived intact?

PTN interviews Jo Pedro de Magalhs on his insights into cryonics and aging

Posted in Interviews on 24th Aug, 2016
by Alex Muller

Jo Pedro de Magalhs is a Senior Lecturer in aging at the University of Liverpool. He also has a strong interest in state-of-the art cryonics.