Tagged: cryonics

Memory Retention in C. Elegans Demonstrated Following Cryropreservation

A recent publication in journal Rejuvenation Research from Humanity+ chair Dr. Natasha Vita-More and Mr. Daniel Barranco of the University of Seville has demonstrated that some long term memories can be preserved in an animal model, the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans).

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Nanopeople

On a strange and inhospitable waterworld circling Tau Ceti, a spaceship crash-lands, wrecked beyond repair. Its crew, doomed to die within a month from their rapidly dwindling stores and the planet’s poisonous atmosphere, work feverishly to leave a legacy and in some sense complete their mission.