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Supercooling Technology with Magnets

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#1 MindSparks

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 03:28 AM


Abstract: A new form of technology that allows the supercooling of cells in such a way that it does not destroy the cells. The article discusses the possibilities of this technology as a way of preserving organs and possibly some day humans.


"A technology used to freeze sushi is solving a dilemma for organ storage. By borrowing tech used to preserve high-end food delicacies, a Hiroshima University research group proved it possible to safely freeze whole teeth and their delicate attaching tissues."

"In typical cryo-storage, fast freezing of organs requires poisonous levels of anti-freeze, and let’s face it, no one wants a poisoned kidney transplanted into their body. But slower freezing causes cell popping ice crystals to form. So, what do you do to prevent ice crystals during slow freezing? Use magnets. ABI is the Japanese company producing the freezer system. ABI’s “Cells Alive System” (CAS) vibrates water with magnetic fields, preventing freezing, even at supercool temperatures of -10 degrees Celsius (According to the Patent.)"

#2 Destiny's Equation

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Posted 20 May 2011 - 11:53 PM

How much will one of those sushi freezers set me back? :happy:

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