Cryonics Revival Scenarios and Potential Roadmaps

Here is about an Allen Institute email I received

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Dear Colleague, We are writing to remind you that applications for our 2022 Next Generation Leaders Council cohort are now open. This council is affiliated with the Allen Institute for Brain Science, the Allen Institute for Neural Dynamics, and the MindScope Program, the three neuroscience divisions within the Allen Institute. Comprised of early career investigators […]

DeepMind says it will release the structure of every protein known to science

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Tech News.

Back in December 2020, DeepMind took the world of biology by surprise when it solved a 50-year grand challenge with AlphaFold, an AI tool that predicts the structure of proteins. Last week the London-based company published full details of that tool and released its source code. Now the firm has announced that it has used […]

APPLY FOR UPCOMING EVENTS: NEUROPIXELS & OPENSCOPE WORKSHOP AND NeuroDataReHack HACKATHON

Published in Brain/Neurology, Uncategorized.

APPLY FOR UPCOMING EVENTS: NEUROPIXELS & OPENSCOPE WORKSHOP AND NeuroDataReHack HACKATHON We invite you to apply for two upcoming events on neurophysiology techniques and data: the Neuropixels & OpenScope Workshop and the NeuroDataReHack hackathon. At these events, attendees have the opportunity to learn about in vivo physiology data collection and analysis, reanalyze existing data for […]

Lab Notes | Why don’t we understand the brain?

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Scientists have known for centuries that the brain is the seat of human thought, but we’re still in the dark about how it works. For Brain Awareness Week 2022, Lab Notes asked four neuroscientists to get into the weeds with us about why the brain is so complicated and hard to understand. Do we have […]

New Brain-Computer Interface Rivals State-of-the-Art Devices

Published in Tech News.

Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) offer the glimmer of hope of enabling the paralyzed and disabled to control external devices with brain signals. A new study published in Advanced Functional Materials unveils the world’s first-of-its-kind brain-computer interface with a flexible backing and penetrating microneedles that enable better recording of brain-activity signals. “Neural interface technologies that enable recording […]

Person Presentation: Paul Hernandez Herrera

Published in People, Scanners and Imaging.

Paul Hernandez-Herrera is an applied mathematician and postdoctoral fellow who develops algorithms for image analysis at the Institute of Biotechnology, National Autonomous University of Mexico. His prior work includes creating algorithms to automatically identify and trace tubular structures (such as neurons, sperm flagella, and blood vessels) from 3D images. Currently, he is pioneering the use […]

Company Presentation: SMART-TRIAL Announces Partnership with MedTech Innovator, the Largest Medical Technology Accelerator in the World

Published in Financial, Uncategorized.

Collaboration Demonstrates SMART-TRIAL’s Commitment to Innovation in Medical Technology AALBORG, DENMARK — February 1, 2022 — SMART-TRIAL, the industry leader in Data Acquisition & Management systems built specifically for Medical Device & Diagnostics clinical investigations and registries, announced today its partnership with MedTech Innovator, the premier accelerator in the medical technology industry. MedTech Innovator matches […]

Company Presentation: Axio Research

Published in Financial, Uncategorized.

With over 35 years of experience, Axio is a premier provider of biostatistics services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Axio is widely recognized as world-leading provider of Data Monitoring Committee (DMC) support services, having supported clients in the planning and management of more than 300 Axio® DMCs across all major therapeutic areas. Axio also offers […]

Cryostasis Revival

Published in Nanotech.

2022 Book by Robert A. Freitas Jr.: Cryostasis Revival: The Recovery of Cryonics Patients through Nanomedicine Cryostasis is an emergency medical procedure in which a human patient is placed in biological stasis at cryogenic temperatures. A cryopreserved patient can be maintained in this condition indefinitely without suffering additional degradation, but cannot yet be revived using […]

Ready, Set…Go! Brain Circuit That Triggers the Execution of Planned Movement Discovered

Published in Brain/Neurology, Circuits.

Summary: Researchers have identified a neural circuit that helps suppress the execution of planned actions in response to specific cues. Source: Max Planck Florida Planned movement is essential to our daily lives, and it often requires delayed execution. As children, we stood crouched and ready but waited for the shout of “GO!” before sprinting from […]

How Our Environment Affects What We Remember

Published in Memory.

Summary: When successive experiences occur in the same environment, they become more deeply imprinted in our brain. Source: University of Amsterdam It is a common experience that, when you share memories with a friend, you can recount some events in much more detail than others, while other times, you mix up memories. But why do […]

3D bioprinting tech to be licensed by Tel Aviv University

Published in Bioprinting.

Tel Aviv University (TAU) and biotechnology company Matricelf signed an exclusive global licensing agreement for the commercialization of a patent in the field of 3D bioprinting of tissues and organs, the university announced on Sunday. The technology was developed by Prof. Tal Dvir of the TAU’s Department of Biotechnology who is head of the Nanotechnology […]

Trestle Biotherapeutics emerges to bioprint implantable kidney tissues

Published in Bioprinting.

The company licensed technology from Prof. Lewis Lab at Harvard’s Wyss Institute A new company has emerged that is targeting the goal of bioprinting kidney tissue (and eventually kidney organs) for implantation. Trestle Biotherapeutics, a private company based in San Diego, has entered into a license agreement with Harvard University. Under the agreement, Trestle will […]

3D micromesh-based hybrid printing for microtissue engineering

Published in Bioprinting.

Bioprinting is widely applicable to develop tissue engineering scaffolds and form tissue models in the lab. Materials scientists use this method to construct complex 3D structures based on different polymers and hydrogels; however, relatively low resolution and long fabrication times can result in limited procedures for cell-based applications. In a new report now available in […]

LIVE HUMAN TENDON 3D PRINTED BY SCIENTISTS WITH NEW ‘CRYO-BIOPRINTING’

Published in Bioprinting.

3D Printing Industry is currently seeking feedback on resin 3D printing. Send your insights now and take the Spotlight on Resin 3D Printing Survey. Researchers at Harvard Medical School and Sichuan University have developed a novel means of 3D bioprinting live human muscle-tendon tissues. As opposed to normal extrusion bioprinting, which involves depositing cells along […]

Researchers Develop Novel 3D Bioprinting Platform to Aid Natural Cell Function Preservation

Published in Bioprinting.

A collaborative study headed by Professor Xiujie Wang at the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Professor Charlie Wang C. L. at The University of Manchester, and Professor Yongjin Liu at the TsingHua University, has announced a novel three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting platform. Novel six-axis robot-based bioprinting system and its […]

Light-Based Tissue Bioprinting Method Cuts Reliance on Animals

Published in Bioprinting.

BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 24, 2022 — A light-based 3D bioprinting technique could soon be used to produce tissue models for testing and basic research. The approach is poised to reduce reliance on animals in laboratory testing. BRIGHTER, a European Union-funded project coordinated by the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), is developing a 3D bioprinting […]

Organovo and BICO (CELLINK) Reach Licensing Agreement on Bioprinting Patents

Published in Bioprinting, Financial.

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Organovo Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: ONVO), and BICO today announced they have reached agreement on a broad license for BICO and its affiliate companies to Organovo’s foundational patent portfolio in 3D bioprinting. Founded in 2016, BICO (formerly Cellink) is the leading bio convergence company in the world. Cellink […]

3D Bioprinting: Eradicating Transplantation Waiting Lists And Testing Drugs On Living Tissues

Published in Bioprinting.

From time to time, news arises about 3D-printed organs. On such occasions, people usually think that a machine can already create readily available, implantable human organs. However, the reality is far from this optimistic image. Researchers worldwide are working on possible solutions: from a group that printed a miniature kidney, through technological solutions like BioAssemblyBot […]

How Neurons Find Their Place

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Source: Using an advanced microscopy technique, researchers discovered the role adhesion molecules play in guiding neurons into their correct location. Source: Yale In a new study, Yale researchers used an advanced microscopy technique that allowed them to follow a single neuron in the embryo of a worm as it found its neurological home. The research […]

A jump-start for electroceuticals

Published in Tech News.

Kristoffer Famm and colleagues unveil a multidisciplinary initiative to develop medicines that use electrical impulses to modulate the body’s neural circuits. Imagine a day when electrical impulses are a mainstay of medical treatment. Your clinician will administer ‘electroceuticals’ that target individual nerve fibres or specific brain circuits to treat an array of conditions. These treatments […]

Assessing Connections in the Brain’s Reading Network

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Summary: Neuroimaging reveals surprisingly few links between white matter structure and reading ability in children. Source: MIT When we read, information zips between language processing centers in different parts of the brain, traveling along neural highways in the white matter. This coordinated activity allows us to decipher words and comprehend their meaning. Many neuroscientists suspect […]

Simulating matter on the quantum scale with AI

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Tech News.

Solving some of the major challenges of the 21st Century, such as producing clean electricity or developing high temperature superconductors, will require us to design new materials with specific properties. To do this on a computer requires the simulation of electrons, the subatomic particles that govern how atoms bond to form molecules and are also […]

Competitive programming with AlphaCode

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Tech News.

Solving novel problems and setting a new milestone in competitive programming. Creating solutions to unforeseen problems is second nature in human intelligence – a result of critical thinking informed by experience. The machine learning community has made tremendous progress in generating and understanding textual data, but advances in problem solving remain limited to relatively simple […]

Machine Learning Becomes a Mathematical Collaborator

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Tech News.

Two recent collaborations between mathematicians and DeepMind demonstrate the potential of machine learning to help researchers generate new mathematical conjectures. Mathematicians often work together when they’re searching for insight into a hard problem. It’s a kind of freewheeling collaborative process that seems to require a uniquely human touch. But in two new results, the role […]

MindScope, The MindScope program at the Allen Institute

Published in Brain/Neurology.

The MindScope program at the Allen Institute seeks to understand the transformations, sometimes called computations, in coding and decoding that lead from photons to behavior and conscious experience by observing, perturbing and modeling the physical transformations of signals in the cortical-thalamic visual system within a few perception-action cycles. We generate data and discoveries through the […]

Math neurons’ identified in the brain by University of Bonn

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Some neurons in the brain become active specifically in addition tasks, others in subtraction. Credit: Christian Burkert/Volkswagen-Stiftung/University of Bonn The brain has neurons that fire specifically during certain mathematical operations. This is shown by a recent study conducted by the Universities of Tübingen and Bonn. The findings indicate that some of the neurons detected are […]

A new scandal may come sooner than ever, but when?

Published in Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

Let’s face this, when Liquid Nitrogen will no longer be a by product, prices will grow up and The Cryonics Institute will become another scandal? Will it come from Gravity Management & Control? #management

New Map of Meaning in the Brain Changes Ideas About Memory

Published in Brain/Neurology, Memory.

Researchers have mapped hundreds of semantic categories to the tiny bits of the cortex that represent them in our thoughts and perceptions. What they discovered might change our view of memory. In 2016, neuroscientists mapped how pea-size regions of the cortex respond to hundreds of semantic concepts. They’re now building on that work to understand […]

A perfect cryonics experience.

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

A perfect cryonics experience should require only an oxygen therapy with a special blood therapy too. I want to say also that in about 200 years, 1 meter more high for water, many cities will disappear, and many other animals too. So this is an advice for cryonics companies/organisation.

The lugworm, frequently used as bait, could save human lives

Published in Blood Substitutes, Oxygen.

For centuries, the only use humans found for the lugworm — dark pink, slimy and inedible — was on the end of a fish hook. But the invertebrates’ unappreciated status is about to change. Their blood, say French researchers, has an extraordinary ability to load up with life-giving oxygen. Harnessing it for human needs could […]

https://technology.nasa.gov/patents/category/health_medicine_and_biotechnology/aw/1/Noninvasive

Published in Noninvasive.

We hope that Noninvasive technologies in medicine will help cryonics patients in the future. https://technology.nasa.gov/patents/category/health_medicine_and_biotechnology/aw/1/Noninvasive

https://technology.nasa.gov/patents/category/health_medicine_and_biotechnology

Published in Tech News.

https://technology.nasa.gov/patents/category/health_medicine_and_biotechnology

Cryonics

Published in Uncategorized.

Cryonics: my imagination gives me wings, do you believe in the impossible ?

The Biggest Brain Maps Ever Created Are Pushing the Frontiers of Neuroscience

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Scanners and Imaging.

Our quest to understand the brain’s connections is a bit like aliens trying to understand Earthlings from outer space. Imagine having to track down every single person and their conversations across different continents, reconstruct noisy snippets into coherent messages, and from that data, infer the zeitgeist of the human race. That, essentially, is what neuroscientists […]

Biology’s Most Ambitious Map Yet: The Human Cell Atlas

Published in Scanners and Imaging.

For more than two decades, using twin telescopes pointed skyward, scientists have been mapping the universe. From the outset, the trove of data they collect has been available to the scientific community and the public, fueling discovery and revolutionizing astronomy globally. Just last year, for example, the most comprehensive reference map of the cosmos was […]

The futurism channel! On TV? Why not?

Published in Uncategorized.

Hi, When I would have money, I would like to create, maybe someone would do it before me. I would create a futurism channel for free for everybody in French and in English, an international channel about the future. There would be different categories: 1) News 2) Interviews (With individuals or groups) 3) Documentaries 4) […]

How the Hippocampus Orchestrates Memory Consolidation

Published in Memory.

Summary: Study reveals how the CA2 region of the hippocampus plays a key role in long-term memory consolidation. Source: RIKEN A brain region in mice that plays a key role in coordinating the playback process that consolidates memories during sleep has been identified by RIKEN neuroscientists. This finding could have implications for neurological disorders in […]

CRISPR Therapeutics and ViaCyte, Inc. to Start Clinical Trial of the First Gene-Edited Cell Replacement Therapy for Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes

Published in Tools.

ZUG, Switzerland and CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and SAN DIEGO, Nov. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CRISPR Therapeutics (NASDAQ: CRSP), a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing transformative gene-based medicines for serious diseases, and ViaCyte, Inc., a clinical-stage regenerative medicine company developing novel cell replacement therapies to address diseases with significant unmet needs, today announced that Health Canada […]

CZI Awards Over $5M to Advance Technologies and Expand Global Access to Bioimaging

Published in Scanners and Imaging, Tools.

Today, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced more than $5 million to advance bioimaging technologies, increase access to these tools, and build capacity for biomedical researchers. Of the funding, $1 million will support 41 plugin projects for the imaging analysis tool napari, while $4.1 million will support 17 projects to increase access to imaging instrumentation […]

New Brain Maps Can Predict Behaviors

Published in Brain Activity, Scanners and Imaging.

Rapid advances in large-scale connectomics are beginning to spotlight the importance of individual variations in the neural circuitry. They also highlight the limitations of “wiring diagrams” alone. A 3D model of closely bundled pyramidal neurons running through cortical layer 5 of a mammalian brain; the neurons have been colored differently to distinguish them. Researchers have […]

Scientists find first in human evidence of how memories form

Published in Brain/Neurology, Memory.

In a discovery that could one day benefit people suffering from traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease, and schizophrenia, researchers have identified the characteristics of more than 100 memory-sensitive neurons that play a central role in how memories are recalled in the brain. In a discovery that could one day benefit people suffering from traumatic brain […]

Subminiature multifunctional brain chip analyzes brain activity from multiple aspects

Published in Brain Activity, Brain/Neurology.

Neurotransmitters play a key role in the signal transmission process between neurons in the brain. If the concentration of neurotransmitters is higher or lower than normal, it triggers brain diseases for which neurotransmitters are injected as treatments. Therefore, the accurate measurement of neurotransmitter concentration is crucial for investigating the cause or during the treatment of […]

Sped-up evolution may have molded the human brain by slowing neuron growth

Published in Brain/Neurology.

For neuroscientists who study our own brains, the quest to understand the human brain contains many paradoxes. We still don’t understand the features that give human brains their unique cognitive abilities. The human brain is larger compared to our body size than that of many other animals, but it’s nowhere near the largest brain out […]

An expanding molecular toolbox untangles neural circuits

Published in Brain Activity, Brain/Neurology, Circuits, Optogenetics.

Life is full of nervous reactions — a head snaps towards a voice, leg muscles tense at the sound of a starting gun and thirsty mice scamper towards a squirt of water when trained to respond to a certain tone. The mechanisms behind such reward-related behaviours are notoriously difficult to unpick. Nerve cells often snake […]

Calcium imaging

Published in Scanners and Imaging.

Calcium imaging is a microscopy technique to optically measure the calcium (Ca2+) status of an isolated cell, tissue or medium. Calcium imaging takes advantage of calcium indicators, fluorescent molecules that respond to the binding of Ca2+ ions by fluorescence properties. Two main classes of calcium indicators exist: chemical indicators and genetically encoded calcium indicators (GECI). […]

Learning from imaging data to model brain activity

Published in Brain Activity, Brain/Neurology, Scanners and Imaging.

In this article, we introduce VanDEEPol, a hybrid AI/mechanistic model to predict brain activity and structure from imaging data. The model significantly boosts predictive accuracy compared to previous methods. By predicting brain activity from relatively sparse imaging data, VanDEEPol may eventually help to detect medical disorders or design brain-computer interfaces. Intricate interactions among billions of […]

https://www.isomorphiclabs.com/

Published in Personalized medicine, Uncategorized.

New drugs medicaments discoveries. https://www.isomorphiclabs.com/

Brain Map

Published in Brain/Neurology.

https://portal.brain-map.org/

!!! Announcing the Allen Institute for Neural Dynamics, a new neuroscience division of the Allen Institute

Published in Brain/Neurology, Memory.

New Institute will study how the brain’s circuitry and activity give rise to complex behavior, decision making and memory. The Allen Institute today announced the launch of the Allen Institute for Neural Dynamics, a new neuroscience research division focused on the mammalian brain’s computations that give rise to complex behaviors like decision making, learning and […]

Nanomedicine site

Published in Blood Substitutes, Nanotech.

http://www.medicine.mcgill.ca/artcell/ Artificial cells, blood substitutes,synthetic cell nanomedicine, regenerative medicine, cell encapsulation, gene therapy, enzyme therapy, cell therapy, tissue engineering,dult stem cells, bioencapsulation, nanocapsules, synthetic cellnanotechnology,synthetic cell nanobiotechnology, microcapsules, drug delivery, liver support, ARTIFICIAL CELLS for general audience (1) WHAT? WHEN? WHY? HOW? Artificial Cells Click here, (2) Inventor of artificial cells voted “THE GREATEST MCGILLIAN” […]

Thomas M.S. Chang – Emeritus Professor

Published in Blood Substitutes.

Artificial cells in biotechnology and medicine with emphasis on potential applications in medicine Different types of artificial cells are being investigated for many medical conditions. Contents of artificial cells include enzymes, hemoglobin, cells, genetically engineered cells and other biotechnological materials. The size ranges from cellular dimensions to the higher millimetre ranges (for cell culture and […]

Oxygen Therapy

Published in Brain/Neurology, Uncategorized.

Oxygen, a gas found in the air we breathe, is necessary for human life. Some people with breathing disorders can’t get enough oxygen naturally. They may need supplemental oxygen, or oxygen therapy. People who receive oxygen therapy often see improved energy levels and sleep, and better quality of life. Who needs oxygen therapy? Oxygen therapy […]

Blood Substitutes and Oxygen Therapeutics: A Review

Published in Blood Substitutes.

Despite the exhaustive search for an acceptable substitute to erythrocyte transfusion, neither chemical-based products such as perfluorocarbons nor hemoglobin-based oxygen carriers have succeeded in providing a reasonable alternative to allogeneic blood transfusion. However, there remain scenarios in which blood transfusion is not an option, due to patient’s religious beliefs, inability to find adequately cross-matched erythrocytes, […]

New Mathematical Model Shows Transfusions of Blood Substitutes Can Treat Anemic Patients, Solve Global Shortage

Published in Blood Substitutes.

Researchers from Stanford University and the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) developed a new mathematical model of the body’s interacting physiological and biochemical processes that shows transfusion of blood substitutes could treat anemic patients and be more readily available, solving global blood shortage. Global Blood Shortage Blood transfusion is important because it saves lives […]

ARTIFICIAL BLOOD SUBSTITUTES – Update on the Promise of a Medical Breakthrough –

Published in Blood Substitutes.

Blood substitutes — also called oxygen therapeutics or hemoglobin-based oxygen carriers (HBOCs) — offer the promise of new and important life-saving medical treatments. Blood is a vital, life-sustaining fluid that picks up oxygen in the lungs and then carries it to the heart and the rest of the body. Blood performs many functions such as […]

Does Death exist?

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

Maybe going in the future is like that: You don’t move while other people are moving. Until they are able to return to the past with faster-than-light technologies, with anti-gravity management. So then death does not exist. Death is a mask. Because when we are dead we don’t move while other people are moving so […]

These Super-Efficient, Artificial Neurons Do Not Use ElectronsSo could the brain’s super-efficiency have to do with ions?

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Brain/Neurology.

Designing electronic systems that mimic the human brain, both in terms of energy use and ability to carry information, is a holy grail of scientific research. Whereas artificial intelligence has come a long way, these systems are still far from matching the brain’s energy efficiency. A team of scientists from the ENS Laboratoire de Physique, […]

First Atomic-Level Imaging of Lethal Prions Provide Sharpened Focus for Potential Treatments

Published in Tech News.

Summary: Cryogenic-electron microscopy allowed researchers to determine the basic building blocks of prion proteins, including the placements of their amino acids. Source: Case Western Reserve The highest-ever resolution imaging of an infectious prion provides the first atomic-level data of how these abnormal proteins are assembled to cause fatal neurodegenerative diseases in people and animals—and how […]

Wireless Light Implant for Optogenetics Without Skull Damage

Published in Optogenetics.

Researchers at the University of Arizona have overcome a major limitation of optogenetics with their wireless and battery-free implant that can shine light through the skull. The small device, which is implanted under the skin, could provide a light source for optogenetics that doesn’t require damage to the skull or brain. While optogenetics is currently […]

Can quantum effects in the brain explain consciousness?

Published in Consciousness.

New research reveals hints of quantum states in tiny proteins called microtubules inside brain cells. If the results stand up, the idea that consciousness is quantum might come in from the cold IF IT is a controversial idea that warm, wet life might exploit quantum magic, that’s nothing compared with certain researchers’ convictions that quantum […]

We will need advanced consciousness technologies and knowledge about that in the future for cryonics patients

Published in Consciousness.

We will need advanced consciousness technologies and knowledge about that in the future for cryonics patients. Better than today. To put consciousness on a boost, very rapid and in order.

Revived Automated

Published in Uncategorized.

Revived Automated

The song Frozen from Madonna

Published in Uncategorized.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS088Opj9o0

Fast, Efficient Neural Networks Copy Dragonfly Brains

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Brain/Neurology.

In each of our brains, 86 billion neurons work in parallel, processing inputs from senses and memories to produce the many feats of human cognition. The brains of other creatures are less broadly capable, but those animals often exhibit innate aptitudes for particular tasks, abilities honed by millions of years of evolution. https://spectrum-ieee-org.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/spectrum.ieee.org/amp/fast-efficient-neural-networks-copy-dragonfly-brains-2653978243

Deep Learning Model Classifies Brain Tumors With Single MRI Scan

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Brain/Neurology.

Summary: A new AI model can accurately classify a brain tumor of one of six common cancer types from a single MRI brain scan image. Source: RSNA A team of researchers at Washington University School of Medicine have developed a deep learning model that is capable of classifying a brain tumor as one of six […]

Like you may noticed, we are very far from knowing every functions from the brain(s)

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Like you may noticed, we are very far from knowing every functions from the brain(s). Our knowledge in neurology is far from being complete.

Switching System Used in Information Processing and Memory Revealed

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Summary: A new system within the brain uses for information processing and memory storage has been discovered. The findings provide novel insight into how the brain functions. Source: NYU A team of scientists has uncovered a system in the brain used in the processing of information and in the storing of memories—akin to how railroad […]

Realizing the Impossible

Published in Uncategorized.

Realizing the Impossible

Do AI and Cryonics are ennemies or friends?

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

Do AI and Cryonics are ennemies or friends?

Maybe DeepMind will help to repair or fix cryonics patients one day in the far future

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics.

Maybe DeepMind will help to repair or fix cryonics patients one day in the far future

DeepMind offers AI tool to predict shape of all human proteins

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics.

Artificial intelligence has solved one of the greatest puzzles in biology, by predicting the shape of every protein expressed in the human body. The research was carried out by London AI company DeepMind, which used its AlphaFold algorithm to build the most complete and accurate database yet of the human proteome, which underpins human health […]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23JyJtBO_JY

Published in Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

A short overview of some of the key pioneers and founders of the science of human thermodynamics: http://www.eoht.info/page/HT+pioneers the thermodynamical study of human existence, over the last 200-years. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23JyJtBO_JY

http://www.humanthermodynamics.com/

Published in Uncategorized.

http://www.humanthermodynamics.com/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enthalpy

Published in Uncategorized.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enthalpy

https://hmolpedia.com/page/Hmolscience

Published in Uncategorized.

https://hmolpedia.com/page/Hmolscience

We should not be so sure about cryonics, there is a lot of speculation again

Published in Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

We should not be so sure about cryonics, there is a lot of speculation again, we will see.

Molecular machines mechanically talk to cells

Published in Nanotech.

Artificial motors’ gentle tug can activate immune cells For the first time, an artificial molecular motor has been created that can ‘talk’ to living cells – by gently pulling their surface with enough physical force to elicit a biochemical response. The approach could help scientists decode the language that cells use to communicate with each […]

We have no control on our human bodies yet, but soon yes, but before we need…

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Brain/Neurology.

We have no control on our human bodies yet, but soon yes, but before we need a super very big intelligence being, something that could crack and figure out how to repair our human bodies with 100% control. Artificial or not. A system or a team or not.

Scientists Discover ‘Time Cells’ In the Brain That Enable ‘Mental Time Travel’

Published in Brain/Neurology.

A new experiment probed how the human brain encodes and processes the flow of time. When we recall past events in our lives, we can often mentally replay an experience in the exact sequential order that it happened. Revisiting these episodic memories may feel like a seamless and ordinary activity, but the ability for our […]

Cryonics is one of the greatest idea of the current world, to be honest from my point of view

Published in Uncategorized.

Cryonics is one of the greatest idea of the current world, to be honest from my point of view. Except the idea to avoid suffering and be happy.

In the future, it will be more ordered

Published in Uncategorized.

In the future, it will be more ordered

IBM unveils first quantum computer in Germany

Published in Supercomputing/Simulations/Calculations.

It is Germany’s first quantum computer, and it is capable of bending the laws of physics and computing in order to work. IBM hopes to have a quantum computer that is 37 times faster in two years. IBM unveiled one of Europe’s most powerful quantum computers on Tuesday, during an event at its German headquarters. […]

Neuroscientists Partially Revive Pig Brains After Death

Published in Brain/Neurology.

A commonly held view is that when brain cells die, it is an irreversible, final state. Within less than 40 seconds of oxygen deprivation, the human brain’s interneuronal activity ceases and becomes electrically inactive. The brain’s ion gradients begin to degrade within minutes, as depolarization proliferates as a surge of electrochemical energy is released as […]

The Science and Philosophy of Consciousness

Published in Consciousness.

Consciousness is one of the unsolved mysteries that great thinkers across many disciplines have attempted to elucidate. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines consciousness simply as “the quality or state of being aware.” Yet the true definition of consciousness has eluded great minds for centuries. Several attempts at defining consciousness have been made by philosophers, physicians, psychologists, […]

WE ARE NOW INFORMED: CONSCIOUSNESS DOES NOT REALLY EXIST

Published in Consciousness.

Rubbish. Giving up consciousness as an illusion would be like turning off the master switch. What would the ensuing darkness and powerlessness tell us? What you think is enabling you to listen with any attention to neuroscientists (your dog, coffee cup, and your toothpaste are not listening to neuroscientists) is something — some of them […]

Applications due soon: 2021 Next Generation Leaders

Published in Brain/Neurology, Ischemia.

Dear Colleague, We are writing to remind you that applications for our 2021 Next Generation Leader Council cohort are due June 24, 2021. Next Generation Leaders provide advice through program-specific advisory councils, bringing fresh and forward-looking perspectives, and will continue to interact with our neuroscience programs over the coming years. A Next Generation Leader may […]

AI Spots Neurons Better Than Human Experts

Published in Artificial Intelligence.

Summary: A new deep learning algorithm is superior to human experts in distinguishing between retinal ganglion cells in healthy patients and in those with glaucoma. The AI system could potentially help improve the diagnosis of both eye and brain diseases. A new combination of optical coherence tomography (OCT), adaptive optics and deep neural networks should […]

CAN WE APPLY TESTS FOR CONSCIOUSNESS TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE?

Published in Artificial Intelligence.

A robot could be programmed to say Ow! and withdraw its hand from a hot object. But did it feel anything? In Walter Bradley Center director Robert J. Marks’s second podcast with philosopher Angus Menuge, where the big topic is the perennial “Hard Problem of consciousness, they established that one of the implications of quantum […]

Researchers Observe New Complexity of Traveling Brain Waves in Memory Circuits

Published in Memory.

Summary: A new micro-grid recording device allowed researchers to measure hippocampal activity in epileptic patients. They found brain waves travel back and forth across the brain structure, integrating messages from different areas of the brain. https://neurosciencenews.com/memory-hippocampal-activity-18424/ Source: UCSF Researchers at UC San Francisco have observed a new feature of neural activity in the hippocampus – […]

Trigger Warnings Can Worsen Traumatic Memories

Published in Memory.

Summary: Trigger warnings shown before TV shows may have the opposite effect than is intended. Researchers found trigger warnings may prolong negative characteristics associated with bad memories. They also do not increase a person’s use of coping strategies. Source: Flinders University Trauma memories can suddenly return when survivors are exposed to material that reminds them […]

Virginia Tech Launches ‘Next Generation’ Human Brain Imaging Lab

Published in Personalized medicine, Scanners and Imaging.

Summary: Virginia Tech researchers have received a grant to deploy a new brain imaging technology called optically pumped magnetometry which can assist with studying the nuances of social interactions. Source: Virginia Tech As you read this story, your brain’s cells are generating electrical currents that emit infinitesimally small magnetic fields. Now, Virginia Tech scientists can […]

Study Reveals Where Memories of Familiar Places Are Stored in the Brain

Published in Memory.

Summary: Researchers have identified three areas of the posterior cerebral cortex that bridge the brain’s perception and memory systems. Source: Dartmouth College As we move through the world, what we see is seamlessly integrated with our memory of the broader spatial environment. How does the brain accomplish this feat? A new study from Dartmouth College […]

Let’s become the memory/memories experts!

Published in Memory.

Let’s become the memory/memories experts!

Same Drug Can Have Opposite Effects on Memory Depending on Sex

Published in Memory.

Summary: Osanetant, a drug that inhibits the Tac2 pathway, has opposite effects on the recall of traumatic events in male and female mice. Source: UAB Barelona A research team from the Institut de Neurociències at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (INc-UAB) has shown that drug-based inhibition of the Tac2 neuronal circuit, a network involved in […]

A Genetic Link Between Face and Brain Shape

Published in Bioprinting, Brain/Neurology.

Researchers have identified 76 overlapping genetic locations that determine the shapes of our faces and our brains. The genetic signals that influence face and brain shape are enriched by regions of the genome that regulate gene activity during embryogenesis. Source: KU Leuven An interdisciplinary team led by KU Leuven and Stanford has identified 76 overlapping […]

A memory without a brain

Published in Memory.

Having a memory of past events enables us to take smarter decisions about the future. Researchers at the Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (MPI-DS) and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have now identified how the slime mold Physarum polycephalum saves memories — although it has no nervous system. The ability to store and […]

My opinion: the cryonics industry could become better

Published in Financial.

With people who are interested to be cryopreserved, their relatives people don’t want to sign up for cryonics because it’s too hard to sign up. I think the cryonics industry should be more easy to enter in it, less official. Because some people are scared to be revived without their relatives. They don’t understand or […]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mnemonic

Published in Memory.

A mnemonic (/nəˈmɒnɪk/,[1] the first “m” is not pronounced) device, or memory device, is any learning technique that aids information retention or retrieval (remembering) in the human memory. Mnemonics make use of elaborative encoding, retrieval cues, and imagery as specific tools to encode any given information in a way that allows for efficient storage and […]

False Memories Can Be Reversed

Published in Memory.

Researchers have developed new techniques that can correct false memory recollections without damaging true autobiographical memories. Source: University of Portsmouth Rich false memories of autobiographical events can be planted – and then reversed, a new paper has found. The study highlights – for the first time – techniques that can correct false recollections without damaging […]

UK breakthrough: Scientists set to revolutionise military medicine with new man-made blood

Published in Blood Substitutes.

The project – expected to be war-ready within the decade – will revolutionise military medicine and raise the survivability chances of seriously injured troops, It comes as the Ministry of Defence continues to learn lessons from the bloody seven-year Afghanistan campaign, in which around 2,600 soldiers – one in three of those injured – required […]

Tiny Machine Poised to Unlock Brain’s Mysteries

Published in Nanotech, Optogenetics.

Researchers have developed a new device that can record, sense, and manipulate brain organoids. The device will allow researchers to make groundbreaking discoveries about how the brain develops and identify mechanisms of recovery following trauma. Source: Northwestern University A team of scientists, led by researchers at Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab and the University of […]

Caltech Researchers Develop New Technique to Create Better Images of the Nucleus

Published in Uncategorized.

Nestled deep in the nucleus of each of your cells is what seems like a magic trick: Six feet of DNA is packaged into a tiny space 50 times smaller than the width of a human hair. Like a long, thin string of genetic spaghetti, this DNA blueprint for your whole body is folded and […]

Key Genes in the Brain Involved in Encoding Memories Identified

Published in Memory.

Study identified 300 “hub genes” that appear to control separate gene networks in brain tissue samples. The SAMD3 gene appears to be a master regulator to control the activity of many of the gene hubs and the genes the hubs control. https://neurosciencenews.com/gene-hub-memories-18016/

To have a tool to measure suffering will be important to check before to revive cryonics patients

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

To have a tool to measure suffering will be important to check, before to revive cryonics patients. We don’t want to make alive a patient that suffer.

Bioprinting

Published in Bioprinting.

Bioprinting involves the use of 3D printing technology to build tissues and organs. Bioprinting precisely places cells, proteins, DNA, drug particles, growth factors and biologically active particles spatially to guide tissue generation and formation. It has been used extensively in the field of regenerative medicine. United Therapeutics (Organs Manufacturing) Organovo (3D Printing of Organs) Cellink […]

Quantum tunneling will really help cryonics patients point.

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

Quantum tunneling will really help cryonics patients point.

Cryonics Patients are offering a bigger growth to a country than other funeral services

Published in Financial.

Cryonics Patients are offering a bigger growth to a country than other funeral services. This is a fact. First the amount of money required is bigger, second we don’t destroy but we maintain human bodies, third cryonics organisations receive funds and donations for research. They can also expand.

A New Theory for How Memories Are Stored in the Brain

Published in Memory.

A new theory of memory visualizes the brain as an organic super-computer that runs complex binary code with neurons acting like mechanical computers. The theory is based on the discovery of the protein molecule, talin, which contains switch-like domains that change shape in response to pressure in mechanical force by a cell. https://neurosciencenews.com/memory-storage-theory-17914/

For example a tool for cryonics organisations: https://www.beazley.com/canada_en/management_liability/not_for_profit_dando.html

Published in Financial.

https://www.beazley.com/canada_en/management_liability/not_for_profit_dando.html

https://www.charitynavigator.org/ein/237154039

Published in Financial.

https://www.charitynavigator.org/ein/237154039

Your cryonics organisation

Published in Uncategorized.

It is important to know that your cryonics organisation is required to act at all times with prudence, diligence, honesty, loyalty and in the best interests of the principal. He must act as a reasonable person.

Meetings for Cryonics Organisations

Published in Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

Hi, I think every kind of meetings at Cryonics Organisations should be recorded, with a good quality of sound and volume. And later very later publish it if it’s good for them to do so.

Memory May Not Serve Completely Correct

Published in Memory.

Summary: People occasionally correctly recall information in the presence of strong semantic clues without previously storing the information to memory. Source: Florida Tech Britannica defines memory as “the encoding, storage and retrieval in the human mind of past experiences.” A new study involving a Florida Tech researcher may upend that classic characterization: It shows people […]

Brain Discovery May Lead to Solutions for Overeating (for our future revived patients friends)

Published in Uncategorized.

Summary: Neurons in the infralimbic cortex control the link between food cues and behavioral actions, such as overeating or bad food choices. When these neurons are regulated, the rat models consumed fewer treats. Source: UT El Paso Science is a step closer to a new response to obesity, thanks in part to a study conducted […]

https://cneuro-web01.s.uw.edu/

Published in Bioinformatics, Brain/Neurology.

The University of Washington’s Computational Neuroscience Center – Decoding Intelligence The CNC is a hub for research in mathematical and computational neuroscience, connecting researchers at the University of Washington across campus and to the extended neuroscience community in the Pacific Northwest. Research topics span the full spectrum of scales, mechanisms, and functions of the brain […]

The more we will attract neurologists/cryonicists in Cryonics, the best we will be.

Published in Brain/Neurology.

The more we will attract neurologists/cryonicists in Cryonics, the best we will be. Neurologists that believe in Cryonics.

A suggestion about transparency for Cryonics Research and donations

Published in Financial.

A suggestion about transparency for Cryonics Research and donations. We don’t know if we donate money to a cryonics organisation for research, if it will be applied to research. So how can we be so sure about research progress? I think people should create an independent organisation not affiliated to any cryonics organisation with a […]

Randomness in biology

Published in Personalized medicine, Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

Thermal fluctuations in chemical reactions lead to many kinds of microscopic randomness in biological systems, sometimes amplified when organisms grow. For example, small-scale randomness in embryos can affect large-scale pigmentation patterns in adult organisms, as discussed on page 1013. Random changes in single DNA molecules can have global effects on the development of an organism. […]

Cryonics: A life for people.

Published in Uncategorized.

Cryonics: A life for people. A life for others. A life for men, a life for women. 🙂

Tools for modeling: The Brain Modeling Toolkit and SONATA data format

Published in Brain/Neurology.

The Brain Modeling Toolkit is a Python-based open software package for building, simulating, and analyzing large-scale neural network models. It supports the building and simulation of models at various scales. The Brain Modeling Toolkit is linked to SONATA, a standardized data format for storing networks and simulations. These software tools together support the development and […]

Collective unconscious: How gut microbes shape human behavior

Published in Brain/Neurology.

The human gut harbors a dynamic and complex microbial ecosystem, consisting of approximately 1 kg of bacteria in the average adult, approximately the weight of the human brain. The evolutionary formation of a complex gut microbiota in mammals has played an important role in enabling brain development and perhaps sophisticated social interaction. Genes within the […]

Scientists Paint Multicolor Atlas of the Brain

Published in Brain/Neurology, Tech News.

Summary: A newly developed technique dubbed NeuroPAL is helping researchers investigate the dynamics of neural networks in the nervous system of microscopic worms. Source: Columbia University The human brain contains approximately 86 billion neurons, or nerve cells, woven together by an estimated 100 trillion connections, or synapses. Each cell has a role that helps us […]

The future of design, and it could be applied to medicine too

Published in Tech News, Theories & Scenarios.

see this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNqs_S-zEBY

The number of diagnostics will explode with time

Published in Personalized medicine, Theories & Scenarios.

The number of diagnostics will explode with time, and so personalized medicine will become more accurate.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_biology

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

Quantum biology is the study of applications of quantum mechanics and theoretical chemistry to biological objects and problems. Many biological processes involve the conversion of energy into forms that are usable for chemical transformations, and are quantum mechanical in nature. Such processes involve chemical reactions, light absorption, formation of excited electronic states, transfer of excitation […]

Nanoparticle Drug-Delivery System Developed to Treat Brain Disorders

Published in Nanotech.

Summary: A new nanoparticle drug-delivery system resulted in unprecedented siRNA penetration across the intact blood-brain barrier. Researchers say the system could help doctors to treat secondary injuries associated with TBI that can result in Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative disorders. Source: Brigham and Women’s Hospital In the past few decades, researchers have identified biological pathways leading […]

Maybe we see cryonicists to be too ambitious but time is giving us the answers

Published in Uncategorized.

Maybe we see cryonicists to be too ambitious but time is giving us the answers. New topics like 3d bioprinting, personalized medicine, quantum computer simulations. And this is what we see since 2018. New tools will happen not even discovered today. Right now we are ambitious and silly but time will give us answers. Strong […]

Music-Induced Emotions Can Be Predicted From Brain Scans

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Tech News.

Music-Induced Emotions Can Be Predicted From Brain Scans Summary: Based on the activity in the auditory cortex and motor cortex, researchers were able to predict whether a participant was listening to music that was upbeat or sad. Source: University of Turku Researchers at the University of Turku have discovered what type of neural mechanisms are […]

28 Billions $USD in 2100, or around that. for CI.

Published in Financial, Theories & Scenarios.

In 2100, with 1 millions of patients, CI will be worth 28 000 000 000 $USD in today money.

AI-Designed Serotonin Sensor May Help Scientists Study Sleep and Mental Health

Published in Brain/Neurology, Tech News.

Summary: Artificial intelligence technology redesigned a bacterial protein that helps researchers track serotonin in the brain in real-time. Source: NIH Serotonin is a neurochemical that plays a critical role in the way the brain controls our thoughts and feelings. For example, many antidepressants are designed to alter serotonin signals sent between neurons. In an article […]

Layton, the Canada 150 Research Chair in Mathematical Biology and Medicine, built the first computational model that simulates the muscle contractions that move urine from the kidney to the bladder.

Published in Bioinformatics, Tech News.

Layton, the Canada 150 Research Chair in Mathematical Biology and Medicine, built the first computational model that simulates the muscle contractions that move urine from the kidney to the bladder. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/10/191007081721.htm

Schizophrenia is soon to be cured by injections of medicaments like Invega Trinza and it will open the way to other researches

Published in Brain/Neurology, Theories & Scenarios.

Schizophrenia is soon to be cured by injections of medicaments like Invega Trinza and it will open the way to other researches like treating stupidity, to become more gentle (morality), to have higher intelligence or higher interest to work and having a better memory. Schizophrenia is a very heavy disease and is grabbing most of […]

Even After Long-Term Exposure, Bionic Touch Does Not Remap the Brain

Published in Brain/Neurology, Tech News.

Summary: After a year of using a bionic arm, patients report subjective sensations did not shift to match the location of the touch sensor on their prosthetic device. Source: University of Chicago Advances in neuroscience and engineering have generated great hope for Luke Skywalker-like prosthetics: robotic devices that are almost indistinguishable from a human limb. […]

How the Brain Distinguishes Speech From Noise

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Summary: Study reports a pervasive neuromodulation system strongly influences sound processing in a key auditory region of the brain. Findings suggest acetylcholine may assist in the brain’s ability to distinguish speech from other noise. Source: Lehigh University For the first time, researchers have provided physiological evidence that a pervasive neuromodulation system – a group of […]

Visual Illusion That May Help Explain Consciousness

Published in Brain/Neurology, Theories & Scenarios.

A new visual illusion sheds light on redundancy masking and how we perceive our visual environment. The findings provide new insight into human consciousness. How much are you conscious of right now? Are you conscious of just the words in the centre of your visual field or all the words surrounding it? We tend to […]

With good solutions, all is possible.

Published in Uncategorized.

With good solutions, all is possible. Remember this.

Scientists develop AI that can turn brain activity into text

Published in Artificial Intelligence, Brain/Neurology, Tech News.

Researchers in US tracked the neural data from people while they were speaking Reading minds has just come a step closer to reality: scientists have developed artificial intelligence that can turn brain activity into text. While the system currently works on neural patterns detected while someone is speaking aloud, experts say it could eventually aid […]

Do you think we should do marketing for cryonics patients? Case by case, one by one?

Published in Financial, Theories & Scenarios.

Do you think we should do marketing for cryonics patients? Case by case, one by one? What is more important right now for cryonics patients, marketing or R&D? –Jon

DeepMind AI solves 50-year protein folding problem in “stunning advance”

Published in Tech News.

Predicting the structures of unfolded proteins is a long-pursued goal in biology, and the Deepmind AI tool can now do so with high accuracy. While some of the applications for artificial intelligence involve say, winning games of Texas hold’em or recreating pretty paintings, there are areas where the technology could have truly profound consequences. Among […]

Computers Generate Faces Based on Mental Maps

Published in Brain/Neurology.

October 21, 2020 Cognitive neuroscientists have long debated about whether people have visual-like “pictures in the brain” that we activate when we think of them, or whether representations are more semantically organized in sets of features. So, for example, if asked to think of a blond person, will someone conjure in their “mind’s eye,” a […]

New cell line lets researchers use CRISPR to reversibly switch off genes

Published in Tech News.

‘CRISPR interference’ technique enables study of basic cell biology and disease in human stem cells The gene-editing technique known as CRISPR has become the darling of the laboratory world, most recently garnering its discoverers a Nobel Prize. The method is also taking early steps into the clinic as the basis for experimental gene therapies, for […]

Projects launch to map the nucleus, the information center of our cells

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Through the NIH-funded 4D Nucleome program, new efforts are underway to model the nucleus in human stem cells and capture 3D genome organization in mouse and human brain cells New research is underway to better understand the nucleus, the control center of our cells. Teams from two divisions of the Allen Institute, the Allen Institute […]

The mammalian brain is built from many kinds of neurons. A new study reveals a holistic way to look at them.

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Using a technique that simultaneously captures different kinds of features from each cell, researchers lay groundwork for a “family tree” of the brain. A technique that captures information about a neuron’s 3D shape, electrical properties, and its genes is giving scientists a new way to look at cell types in the mouse brain and the […]

These Scientists Just Completed a 3D ‘Google Earth’ for the Brain

Published in Brain/Neurology.

Human brain maps are a dime a dozen these days. Maps that detail neurons in a certain region. Maps that draw out functional connections between those cells. Maps that dive deeper into gene expression. Or even meta-maps that combine all of the above. But have you ever wondered: how well do those maps represent my […]

Be normal/natural

Published in Tech News.

I don’t encourage this: https://gizmodo.com/mit-backs-away-from-startup-that-aims-to-preserve-your-1824312470 I agree with them to revive patients, but with a normal body very natural, ecologic-based.

Axonics’ SNM system wins FDA nod for 3T-MRI scans

Published in Scanners and Imaging.

Axonics Modulation Technologies (NSDQ:AXNX) announced today that it has won FDA approval for full-body 3 Tesla (T) MRI scanning for patients implanted with its r-SNM sacral neuromodulation system. The premarket approval supplement represents an upgrade from a previous PMA conditional labeling for r-SNM, which allowed for for full-body scans using 1.5T MRI scanners. With this […]

Exascale Computing: A New Dawn for Computational Biology

Published in Supercomputing/Simulations/Calculations.

Abstract As biologists discover and learn to embrace the complexity of biological systems, computational data analysis and modeling have become critical for furthering our understanding. Exascale computing will enable the development of new predictive multiscale models, transforming how we study the behaviors of organisms and ecosystems, ultimately leading to new innovations and discoveries. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6458592/

Who Will Benefit From Precision Medicine? And who might be left behind?

Published in Personalized medicine.

One morning, as you’re getting out of bed, an intense pain grips your feet. Your toe joints are swollen again. It’s been happening for months now. You decide it’s time to get the problem checked out, so you pay a visit to your doctor, who tells you that you have rheumatoid arthritis. What happens next […]

Statins and ICH: New Meta-Analysis

Published in Ischemia, Tech News.

A new meta-analysis has concluded that the benefit of statin therapy in the prevention of ischemic stroke “greatly exceeds” the risk for intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). The meta-analysis was released on AAN.com as part of the 2020 American Academy of Neurology Science Highlights. The meeting, like many others, was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Coauthor […]

Promising therapy for cardiac regeneration

Published in Ischemia, Tech News.

Ischemic heart disease (IHD) has maintained its rank as one of the worldwide leading causes of mortality outweighing the burden from all malignancies combined. When IHD develops, chronic myocardial ischemia, aggravated in some instances by periods of acute ischemia in the form of myocardial infarction, ensue. Damaged myocardium is replaced with a fibrotic scar that […]

Endovascular Stroke Therapy More Beneficial On-Site Than Off-Site

Published in Ischemia.

Functional outcomes and in-hospital mortality were better in patients with acute ischemic stroke who received on-site endovascular stroke therapy (EST), compared with those who received therapy following transfer to another site, according to study results published in JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions. EST has an important role in modern acute ischemic stroke care. However, limited data exist […]

Logistics will be automated soon or one day, and so will cryonics organizations with liquid nitrogen

Published in Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

Logistics will be automated soon or one day, and so will cryonics organizations with liquid nitrogen. AGI will also take form making cryonics operations 100% automated by machines. The problem will be to manage fire in forests, but I guess fire in forests don’t happen in a desert. I suspect not but I am not […]

Fracturing should be managed as soon as possible, here are some temperatures, a guide

Published in Uncategorized.

https://blog.labtag.com/laboratory-cold-storage-temperature-guide/

This hummingbird survives cold nights by nearly freezing itself solid

Published in Uncategorized.

The high Andes mountains of Peru are a hummingbird’s paradise, rich in wildflower nectar and low in predators. But there’s one problem: the cold. Nighttime temperatures often dip below freezing in these rainy tropical highlands. How does a six-gram bird that needs nectar from 500 flowers a day just to survive get enough extra energy […]

Management

Published in Financial, Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

Hi, I suggest or propose to cryonics organisations to hire managers for theirs organisations if they can. With an education in management. Because this is the place to be in, when we conduct a business. Or at least to read books about management, it’s serious, be careful.

The Feng lab has developed a next-generation optogenetic system for non-invasive stimulation of neurons

Published in Optogenetics.

Optogenetics has revolutionized neurobiology, allowing researchers to use light to activate or deactivate neurons that are genetically modified to express a light-sensitive channel. This ability to manipulate neuron activity has allowed causal testing of the function of specific neurons, and also has therapeutic potential to reduce symptoms in brain disorders. However, activating neurons deep within […]

The optogenetics scientific zone/industry

Published in Optogenetics, Theories & Scenarios.

Hello, I think that right now optogenetics are able to move only 1 neuron or so. But maybe in the future, when research will go up in this area of science, optogenetics, when optogenetics will be able to move or to touch or to change more than 1 neuron in a single moment, maybe it […]

Researchers Use Next-Generation Optogenetics to Control Single Neurons

Published in Optogenetics.

Using a technique that relies on a new type of light-sensitive protein, researchers have devised a way to control single neurons using optogenetics. Researchers at MIT and Paris Descartes University have developed a new optogenetic technique that sculpts light to target individual cells bearing engineered light-sensitive molecules, so that individual neurons can be precisely stimulated. […]

101 new visitors on this site so far..this is great, cryonics will always be profitable and a good business to be in

Published in Financial, Uncategorized.

101 new visitors on this site so far since the beginning..this is great, cryonics will always be profitable and a good business to be in.

How to manage the pleasure to eat in the future in a precise location

Published in Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

It will be important that cryonics organisations take in account that foods will change over time and that people coming from all regions will need to get the same taste that they are common with. For example if I come from Trois-Rivières my city in Québec province in Canada in 2020, I hope that I […]

U of A researchers find way to speed up nerve regrowth

Published in Tech News.

By ADRIANNA MacPHERSON A University of Alberta researcher has found a treatment that increases the speed of nerve regeneration by three to five times, which may one day lead to much better outcomes for trauma surgery patients. “We use the term ‘time is muscle,’” said Christine Webber, an associate professor in the U of A’s […]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_substitute

Published in Blood Substitutes.

an intro: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_substitute

An Awesome Journey – Transhumanist novel

Published in Uncategorized.

“I’LL SEE YOU TOMORROW, IN A HUNDRED YEARS FROM NOW Hi all my Facebook friends. Are you sequestered at home during this darn pandemic?? Escape boredom now by checking out my fast-selling new novel called: “An Awesome Journey” It is a fast-pace action, romantic, mystery novel. Is a poignant love story Is a challenging mystery […]

I listened a video on Youtube and..

Published in Uncategorized.

I listened a video on Youtube called “An airplane made in Quebec”. The owner of the company said and I was surprised I did not realise that before that they needed to build tools to make tools, or maybe he said, we needed to make new tools to create a new airplane. So I said […]

Preclinical Research: Translating Results from Mice to Humans

Published in Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

All clinically approved therapeutics have passed through preclinical testing at some point. Drugs must be tested in animal subjects before human trials are conducted; the key is to translate those findings into meaningful results for patients. However, the success rate for new drugs tested in clinical trials remains extremely small.1 This waste of both time, […]

The Cryonics Organisations will inform to their patients more about them after revival

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

The Cryonics Organisations will inform to their patients more about them after revival. Because we will know much more about brains. We will be able to explain why a person lived that way, more than another life. We will understand us more, know more about us after our cryonics experience. Our brain into our societies. […]

Human Brain Project launches ‘Google Earth’ of the brain

Published in Brain/Neurology, Tech News.

Scientists have developed an atlas of the brain which has the potential to improve research, treatment and surgery for conditions including epilepsy and cancer. As part of the new EBRAINS digital infrastructure of the European Human Brain Project, a team of scientists has developed a microstructure atlas of the brain. The atlas is said to […]

Scientists restore some functions in a pig’s brain hours after death

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

Immunofluorescent stains for neurons (green), astrocytes (red), and cell nuclei (blue) in a region of the hippocampus of a pig’s brain left untreated 10 hours after death (left) or subjected to perfusion with the BrainEx technology. Ten hours postmortem, neurons and astrocytes undergo cellular disintegration unless salvaged by the BrainEx system. (Image credit: Stefano G. […]

CT Scan with living tissues or bodies or living human beings

Published in Scanners and Imaging, Theories & Scenarios.

Hi, I don’t know if there is a scanner that exists like a CT Scan but for living tissue, I did a google search without finding anything, maybe a PET/CT Scan. I had a discussion with my father following a visualisation on youtube about a CT Scanner this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9usf3kJL7mc (digital autopsy) In the future […]

Alcor’s Chief Technical Coordinator wrote:

Published in Scanners and Imaging.

As Steve Graber, Alcor’s Chief Technical Coordinator wrote: “A big step forward for the Alcor CT Scan analysis program last year was the development of a CT color lookup table that allows us to now determine the overall perfusion level for each Alcor patient. This is the first time that we’ve been able to ‘look […]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_autopsy A digital autopsy is a non-invasive autopsy

Published in Scanners and Imaging.

A digital autopsy is a non-invasive autopsy in which digital imaging technology, such as with Computerized Tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans, is used to develop three-dimensional images for a virtual exploration of a human body. Digital autopsy, simply, means conducting autopsy in computerized environment by digital tools. The first step of digitizing […]

The future will be more ordered and look here how

Published in Theories & Scenarios, Uncategorized.

Hi, We know that aliens are more advanced than us, just by seeing flying saucers and UFOs. Here is a story and images that I want you to look: https://www.travis-walton.com/ordinary.html The future will be more ordered, and here you can see how a human can be after a cryonics experience: https://www.travis-walton.com/human.html So our bodies will […]

Technology, Personalized Medicine, And Autism

Published in Personalized medicine.

Imagine walking into your doctor’s office and being greeted not by people who invite you to wait, but by a scanner ready to gather information about your heart, kidney, lung and liver function. Scanning your body for a near-complete diagnostic work-up, the scanner forwards your results to a giant screen in the exam room where […]

The first book about cryonics, first edition by Robert C W Ettinger

Published in Uncategorized.

In 2050, the cryonics industry will be worth 280 000 000$USD.

Published in Financial.

In 2050, the cryonics industry will be worth 280 000 000$USD. In today money.

How personalized medicine is revolutionizing healthcare in Florida and beyond

Published in Personalized medicine.

The future of healthcare just landed in Florida. This is a story about the ingenuity of Israeli technology and a partnership with the premier active adult community on planet earth. The combination is turning the central Florida heartland into a world-class medical destination and adding energy to the local economy. People are living longer and […]

An introduction about personalized medicine

Published in Personalized medicine.

Personalized medicine, also referred to as precision medicine, is a medical model that separates people into different groups—with medical decisions, practices, interventions and/or products being tailored to the individual patient based on their predicted response or risk of disease. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personalized_medicine

Artificial Blood Substitutes Market – Insights into how contours of market will change in coming years

Published in Blood Substitutes.

The global artificial blood substitutes market is predicted to register stellar growth rate in the forthcoming years. The presence of a large patient population that requires blood transfusion during surgeries, trauma, and for other blood disorders, which remains unmet due to shortage of blood supply has necessitated creation of artificial blood substitutes. https://www.biospace.com/article/artificial-blood-substitutes-market-insights-into-how-contours-of-market-will-change-in-coming-years/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ischemia an introduction about ischemia

Published in Ischemia.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ischemia an introduction about ischemia

I’m not an expert for Ischemia but I try to find good news about ischemia

Published in Ischemia.

I’m not an expert for Ischemia but I try to find good news about ischemia because this is one of the most important information to revive cryonics patients, so far here it is a news, which I think it is important, if you want to help me to find good news and good information about […]

Google’s Bristlecone Quantum Computing Chip Achieves 72 Qubits

Published in Supercomputing/Simulations/Calculations.

When a quantum computer is finally able to calculate operations faster than the most powerful supercomputers currently in existence, it will achieve what is known as “quantum supremacy”. Google Quantum AI Lab revealed a new gate-based superconducting quantum computing chip called Bristlecone last week with a square array of 72 qubits (a portmanteau for quantum […]

To understand cracking in cryonics, is to understand how to repair brains at deep low temperature

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

To understand cracking in cryonics, is to understand how to repair brains at deep low temperature. Because cracking happen at a deep low temperature, it is moving particles at the micro size level. The work would be now to move atoms and molecules at deep low temperature, but before that we need to understand how […]

Nanotechnology: Putting a nanomachine to work

Published in Nanotech.

A team of chemists has successfully coupled the directed motion of a light-activated molecular motor to a different chemical unit — thus taking an important step toward the realization of synthetic nanomachines. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/01/200130144434.htm

A Cryonics Revival paper from Alcor: https://www.cryonics.com/Library/html/MNTscenario.html

Published in Nanotech, Theories & Scenarios.

https://www.cryonics.com/Library/html/MNTscenario.html First an article, then a book, then a project, then an institute !

News on Ischemia from the Nature Journal

Published in Ischemia.

https://www.nature.com/subjects/ischaemia research topics about ischemia on the nature journal. In the future, we will know a lot more about ischemia, we will be able to heal ischemic problems from a more destructive way, than today, we will be to reverse ischemic damage from a longer point in the past, with more damage. We will have […]

About Cerebral Ischemia – Columbia Neurosurgery

Published in Ischemia.

https://www.columbianeurosurgery.org/conditions/cerebral-ischemia/

The ISCHEMIA Study

Published in Ischemia.

https://www.ischemiatrial.org/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exascale_computing

Published in Supercomputing/Simulations/Calculations, Theories & Scenarios.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exascale_computing

Laser-welded sugar: Sweet way to 3D-print blood vessels

Published in Tech News.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/06/200629120203.htm Powdered sugar is the special ingredient in a Rice University recipe for mimicking the body’s intricate, branching blood vessels in lab-grown tissues. In research published today in the journal Nature Biomedical Engineering, Rice bioengineers showed they could keep densely packed cells alive for two weeks in relatively large constructs by creating complex blood vessel […]

Largest supercomputers to simulate life on Earth, including economies and whole societies

Published in Supercomputing/Simulations/Calculations, Tech News.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/05/100526134039.htm

Information on a site about Quantum Computing, players etc.

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

https://quantumcomputingreport.com/

Jobs in Neuroscience

Published in Tech News, Theories & Scenarios.

https://www.researchgate.net/jobs/Neuroscience-jobs?page=1&regions= https://www.google.com/search?q=neuroscience+jobs

List of brains institutes to understand the brains around the world

Published in Tech News, Theories & Scenarios.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Neuroscience_research_centers_in_the_United_States https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Cognitive_science_research_institutes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Neuroscience_research_centers_by_country https://braininitiative.nih.gov/funding/funded-awards

http://www.humanconnectomeproject.org/

Published in Tech News, Theories & Scenarios.

http://www.humanconnectomeproject.org/ https://www.humanconnectome.org/ Connectome is one of the biggest project for brain understanding. I think. I’m not sure but a lot of cryonicists are excited about it. I don’t know if the 2 links are related.

https://www.humanbrainproject.eu/en/brain-simulation/

Published in Tech News, Theories & Scenarios.

https://www.humanbrainproject.eu/en/brain-simulation/ This is a good project for cryonics patients, not enough mature though.

Institute for Advanced Simulation (IAS) Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC)

Published in Supercomputing/Simulations/Calculations, Tech News, Theories & Scenarios.

https://www.fz-juelich.de/ias/jsc/EN/Home/home_node.html

Yottascale computing (10^24) 257.6×10^24 Estimated computational power required to simulate 7 billion human brains in real time.

Published in Supercomputing/Simulations/Calculations, Theories & Scenarios.

Yottascale computing (10^24) 257.6×10^24 Estimated computational power required to simulate 7 billion human brains in real time. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_performance_by_orders_of_magnitude#Yottascale_computing_(1024)

Here is a list of top supercomputers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supercomputer#The_TOP500_list

Published in Supercomputing/Simulations/Calculations, Theories & Scenarios.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supercomputer#The_TOP500_list

To repair the brain with smart, synchronized nanomachines, at deep low temperature?

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

To repair the brain with smart, synchronized nanomachines, at deep low temperature? Is it even possible? Today no but in the future, yes for sure.

Bioprinting whole bodies

Published in Tech News, Theories & Scenarios.

There is a good industry currently about bioprinting organs, that might lead to bioprinting whole bodies. technology to build tissues and organs. Bioprinting precisely places cells, proteins, DNA, drug particles, growth factors and biologically active particles spatially to guide tissue generation and formation. It has been used extensively in the field of regenerative medicine. United […]

Brain on a chip could allow us to verify our brains informations

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

Several brain on a chip technologies will happen in the future and it will help cryonics patients in a sense to verify if we have the good information in our brains, one application would be this. But stay tuned with brain on a chip technologies. It will help to see if brain functions work good […]

Cryonics is not a religion, it is a medical treatment

Published in Uncategorized.

Cryonics is not a religion, it is a medical treatment not yet well supported and weird for our time.

Blood substitute

Published in Tech News.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_substitute We need the perfect blood, with a good immune system for us, up to date with the current humanity. In the cryonics process we remove blood, we will need to replace the cryoprotectant with a new blood. This tech will evolve too. Better for everyone. The blood substitute might include smart nanomachines.

Scientists create first billion-atom biomolecular simulation

Published in Tech News.

We just begin to simulate stuff, when computers will be cheaper, more powerful, smaller, simulation will help for disease treatments. We can’t simulate a whole body so. And we don’t have good scanners too. Not in 2020. Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory have created the largest simulation to date of an entire gene of […]

U Scientists Scan World’s First 10.5-Tesla Human MRI Image

Published in Tech News.

This kind of scanner will become cheaper, smarter, more accurate and maybe portable. This kind of scanner could help cryonics patients if we need to touch the cryonics patient. But I doubt it would allow to scan outside the dewars in metal, but maybe they will find a way. Some patients currently have peace maker […]

Powered Exoskeleton

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

We might need this kind of advanced technologies but now more cheaper and smarter, in the beginning to learn us how to move or not. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powered_exoskeleton

The transmission electron microscope, This Microscope Shows the Quantum World in Crazy Detail

Published in Tech News.

THE TRANSMISSION ELECTRON microscope was designed to break records. Using its beam of electrons, scientists have glimpsed many types of viruses for the first time. They’ve used it to study parts of biological cells like ribosomes and mitochondria. You can see individual atoms with it. But experts have recently unlocked new potential for the machine. “It’s been a […]

Google researchers create AI that maps the brain’s neurons

Published in Tech News.

Mapping could be used as scanning. This is good news for us that Google is interested to map our neurons, maybe one day this technology might be mature, cheap and could be applied to cryonics patient. Some features are open source but I don’t know if the technique is invasive or not. Cryonicists prefer not […]

Researchers are developing a device that can edit brain activity

Published in Tech News.

Not enough information from that for cryonics patients, we don’t know enough about our brains and this tool is not mature yet. But it is a beginning. But it has a lot of potential for cryonics patients. This is one of the aim of cryonics to edit brains. Neuroscientists at the University of California Berkeley […]

New Breakthrough Allows Machines to Literally Predict the Behavior of Molecules

Published in Tech News.

This tool could be used for cryonics patients, but right now this kind of tools are not supported for cryonics patients but we could be inspired by such a news.   Though much noise has been made of what’s still to come from artificial intelligence (AI), the technology has already changed our daily lives. Machine […]

Scanning Technologies, the first step, and then Simulation Technologies

Published in Theories & Scenarios.

Scanning Technologies In order to scan a body or a head or a brain we need to take many precautions, but scanning technologies will evolve overtime, scanners will become more complex, more accurate, more easy to use, smarter too. They could scan outside the dewars of cryonics patients, most dewars in cryonics are made in […]