This book review was originally published in Cryonics magazine, 1st Quarter, 2011. Editor-in-chief, cryobiologist, and aging researcher Gregory M. Fahy and his associate editors Michael
As we start the new year, it is helpful to draw attention to the sobering fact that no credible human rejuvenation therapies are available today,
In an article for Slate, Jay Olshansky argues in favor of a position that one would expect to be common sense at this point: While
On June 6th the next Cryonics Oregon meeting will coincide with a downtown Portland aging conference. As a result we have been successful in persuading
There are various competing strategies how to achieve meaningful life extension or rejuvenation, including , but not limited to, genetic manipulation, periodical elimination of damage,
The biology-of-aging blog Ouroboros has posted a skeptical post about cryonics that is highly representative of how most biological scientists respond to questions about cryonics.
Cryonics Institute President Ben Best talks about cryonics and how cryonics is related to rejuvenation in this one-hour long interview on “It’s Rainmaking Time!” Further
The June 2009 issue of Rejuvenation Research features an article by Cryonics Insitute President Ben Best about the involvement of nuclear DNA damage in the
Cryonics Reports was the publication of the Cryonics Society of New York (CSNY). In April 1968 a call to arms to conquer aging was published.