Other Organizations Offering Cryonics Services
21st Century Medicine
is doing leading cryobiology research. Its new substances
and techniques include breakthroughs that could greatly
improve cryopreservation services.
The Prometheus Project
is being organized to fund research leading to reversible
human suspended animation within 20 years.
Life Extension Foundation,
a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the extension
of the healthy human lifespan through ground breaking research,
innovative ideas, and practical methods.
newsgroup (available on most USENET servers) provides a forum for
discussing current issues relevant to the technical and
scientific aspects of cryonics. A Hypertext version of the
(Frequently Asked Questions) list is available.
is a mailing list maintained by
Kevin Q. Brown .
CryoNet complements sci.cryonics by encouraging discussion of
the social, ethical, and legal aspects of cryonics, in addition
to technical and scientific issues.
Cryonics Society of Canada
covers several cryonics-related developments of interest
to Canadians, including the anti-cryonics law in
The complete text of
Engines of Creation
K. Eric Drexler
is available in hypertext format. This seminal work lays much of
the foundation for
Many people believe nanotechnology will pave the way for the revival
of patients who have been cryopreserved.
The Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the
University of California, Irvine's College of Medicine
provides detailed information on
through its Willed Body Program. Anatomical donation is relevant
to cryonics because it often provides the legal means for cryonics
organizations to take possession of patients after legal death.
is a philosophy that humanity can, and should, strive to higher
levels -- physically, mentally and socially. It encourages research
into areas such as