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Heavyweight! Prof. Gang Zhao, the main committee member of Yinfeng Cryomedicine Specialized Committee, published another article "Advanced Cryopreservation Engineering Strategies - A Critical Step in Utilizing Stem Cell Products".

2023/09/08

Cryopreservation is known as the technique of solidifying time, by cooling biological materials (e.g. cells, tissues and organs) to low temperatures with the addition of cryoprotectants (generally -196°C liquid nitrogen preservation), and then rewarming them to normal temperatures (37°C) in an effective manner when needed, at which time the biological samples can still be restored and maintain their activity.

Heavy! Professor Zhao Gang, chairman of our special committee, jointly published an important article - "Principles and Progress of Cell Cryopreservation"

2023/07/21

In recent years, low-temperature biomedicine, a less popular subject, is attracting more and more attention, attracting more and more scientists to join it. Among them, the cryopreservation technology of cells, tissues and organs, and even the entire human body continues to make progress and is gradually used in clinical applications.

Science's latest cover article: Vital organs resuscitated after cryogenic freezing

2023/07/14

On June 30, 2023, Science Magazine published the article "Frozen in time" by Warren Cornwall, detailing the first successful transplantation of vitrified-preserved and nanoheated rat kidneys by Professor John Bischof's team at the University of Minnesota (UMN). . As the most exciting research in the field of cryopreservation of tissues and organs, this article successfully appeared on the cover of Science, Volume 380, Issue 6652.

2023-08-04

Failure is the mother of success! The world's first pig heart-to-human transplant experience brings us one step closer to success

The death of the world's first pig heart transplant recipient is extremely regrettable, and people are full of questions about the cause of his death. According to a report on the University of Maryland website on June 30, the famous medical journal "The Lancet" published a study that revealed the possible reasons for the failure of the world's first genetically modified pig heart transplant.

2023-08-04

Sleeping in the frozen soil for 46,000 years! This creature was resurrected by scientists

According to a paper in the latest issue of PLoS Genetics, a small group of nematodes taken from Siberian permafrost "came back to life" after being thawed, and although they only continued to survive for less than a month, they reproduced More than 100 generations of new nematodes were produced. These nematodes are about 46,000 years old, the same age as the woolly mammoth.

2023-07-28

Is it possible to realize the human hibernation technology in "The Three-Body Problem" and "The Wandering Earth 2"?

"The Wandering Earth 2" is a hit, and when it comes to The Wandering Earth, we have to mention "The Three-Body Problem", which won the Hugo Award. Not long ago, the TV series "The Three-Body Problem" represented Chinese science fiction going abroad. In just a few months, it received a high score of 8.0 on IMDB. We have to say that "The Three-Body Problem" is a very good TV series.

2023-07-21

Heavy! Professor Zhao Gang, chairman of our special committee, jointly published an important article - "Principles and Progress of Cell Cryopreservation"

In recent years, low-temperature biomedicine, a less popular subject, is attracting more and more attention, attracting more and more scientists to join it. Among them, the cryopreservation technology of cells, tissues and organs, and even the entire human body continues to make progress and is gradually used in clinical applications.

2023-07-21

[Deepen the application of industry-university-research and promote the transformation of results] Professor Liu Baolin from the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology visited and exchanged ideas

The deep integration of industry, academia and research is the core content and important implementation form of innovation-driven development, and is also the strategic focus of national scientific and technological innovation. In order to actively respond to the national strategy, further accelerate the in-depth integration of industry, academia and research, promote school-enterprise cooperation in a wider scope, deeper degree and higher level, and achieve complementary advantages and collaborative innovation, over the years, Yinfeng Hypothermia Medicine Research Center has cooperated with domestic and foreign Scientific research institutes in multiple disciplines cooperate to actively promote the scientific research progress and implementation of cryogenic medicine.

2023-07-21

The white paper announces five new technologies in the field of life sciences. Our institute has launched two studies

Since the first observation of cells by Dutch scientists in the 17th century, to the emergence of genetics, the discovery of DNA and the application of genetic engineering technology, life science has gradually become one of the indispensable and important subjects in the development of modern science and technology. In the 21st century, life science research has entered a new stage, bringing more possibilities and opportunities to human development.

2023-07-14

Musk fulfills promise: FDA approves human trial of brain-computer interface

As one of the most cutting-edge scientific fields at present, brain-computer interface technology has attracted governments from many countries around the world and various forces from industry, academia and research to participate in the layout.

2023-07-14

"Cell glue" helps regenerate tissue and heal wounds | An important step towards building tissues and organs

According to new research published in the journal Nature, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, have designed a molecule similar to "cell glue" that allows them to precisely instruct cells to bond with each other. The achievement marks an important step toward building tissues and organs, a long-sought goal of regenerative medicine.

2023-07-14

Science's latest cover article: Vital organs resuscitated after cryogenic freezing

On June 30, 2023, Science Magazine published the article "Frozen in time" by Warren Cornwall, detailing the first successful transplantation of vitrified-preserved and nanoheated rat kidneys by Professor John Bischof's team at the University of Minnesota (UMN). . As the most exciting research in the field of cryopreservation of tissues and organs, this article successfully appeared on the cover of Science, Volume 380, Issue 6652.

2023-04-10

A world first! Corneal autotransplantation successfully restores sight to blind man

Corneal disease is one of the major blinding eye diseases in the world today, and corneal transplantation is the most effective method to remove blindness and restore vision.