A team from 21st Century Medicine has developed a technology that has been independently verified to enable near-perfect, long-term structural preservation of a whole intact mammalian brain.
This new breakthrough just won the Brain Preservation Prize – five years after it was launched by the Brain Preservation Foundation (BPF).
“One of the, if not THE, most important scientific results in the history of medical #biostasis and #cryonics has been accomplished” Aschwin de Wolf, President of The Institute for Evidence-Based Cryonics
According to the BPF, 21st Century Medicine narrowly beat a team led by Dr. Shawn Mikula at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology (published last year in Nature Methods).
In addition to proof of this accomplishment and the full 21st Century Medicine “Aldehyde-Stabilized #Cryopreservation” protocol recently being published in the journal Cryobiology, it was also independently verified by the BPF through extensive electron microscopic examination.
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