Cryo-regeneration may not be a science fiction anymore. You may see awakened frozen people on the street in the future.
A Korean research team has developed a technology that enables researchers to watch and analyze liquid with graphene, one-atom-thick slice of graphite, for the first times in the world.
It is generally regarded impossible to bring frozen humans back to life again because body cells are destroyed in the freezing in the thawing process.
However, if scientists could find what is happening to cell liquid during the process with the technology, they would eventually succeed in reviving frozen humans, according to the team from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in Daejeon, about 160 kilometers south of Seoul.
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