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Cryopump Market Projections Deliver Positive Revenue Growth during the Period between 2019-2024 : key player SHI Cryogenics Group, Ulvac, Brooks,…

This report focuses on Cryopump volume and value at a global level, regional level, and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Cryopump market size by analyzing historical data and future prospects. Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America Country (United States, Canada), South America, Asia Country (China, Japan, India, Korea), Europe Country (Germany, UK, France, Italy), Other Country (Middle East, Africa, GCC)

With the slowdown in world economic growth, the Cryopump industry has also suffered a certain impact, but still maintained a relatively optimistic growth, the past four years, Cryopump market size to maintain the average annual growth rate of XXX from XXX million $ in 2014 to XXX million $ in 2019, Our analysts believe that in the next few years, Cryopump market size will be further expanded, we expect that by 2024, The market size of the Cryopump will reach XXX million $.

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This report checks the Cryopump market status and the prospect of global and major regions, from angles of players, product regions and end Application/industries; this report analyzes the top players in global and major regions and divides the Cryopump market by product and Application/end industries.

The following manufacturers are covered in the Cryopump market report:SHI Cryogenics Group, Ulvac, Brooks, Leybold, Trillium, PHPK Technologies, Vacree

This report is based on synthesis, analysis, and interpretation of information about the Cryopump marketplace gathered from expert sources. The Competitive Landscape section of the report provides clear insight into market share analysis of key industry players. Company overview, financial overview, product portfolio, new project launch, recent development analysis are the parameters included in the profile.

Product Type Segmentation, this report covers:1000std.liter, 1000-2000std.liter, 2000-4000std.liter, 4000std.liter

Industry Segmentation , this report covers:Semiconductor Manufacturing, Vacuum Coating, Particle Accelerators, Sputter Deposition Systems

Market Segment by Region , this report covers:North America Country (United States, Canada), South America, Asia Country (China, Japan, India, Korea), Europe Country (Germany, UK, France, Italy), Other Country (Middle East, Africa, GCC)

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Chapter 1,2 describes the Cryopump market introduction, scope, market overview, market risk, and market driving force

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Chapter 4 analyzes the major regions, with sales, market share, and revenue of Cryopump market by key countries in these regions

Chapter 5,6,7 shows the Cryopump Market Segmentation by Product Type Level, Industry Level, Channel Level with sales revenue, market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2019-2023

Chapter 8,9,10,11 includes Cryopump market forecast, by type, application and by regions, with revenue and sales, from 2019 to 2023

Chapter 12 describes Cryopump market sales channel. Distributors, traders, data source, appendix, and research and findings

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Global Cryonics Technology Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 – Industry News Time 24

The Global Cryonics Technology Market report study includes an elaborative summary of the Cryonics Technology market that provides in-depth knowledge of various different segmentations. Cryonics Technology Market Research Report presents a detailed analysis based on the thorough research of the overall market, particularly on questions that border on the market size, growth scenario, potential opportunities, operation landscape, trend analysis, and competitive analysis of Cryonics Technology Market. The information includes the company profile, annual turnover, the types of products and services they provide, income generation, which provide direction to businesses to take important steps. Cryonics Technology delivers pin point analysis of varying competition dynamics and keeps ahead of Cryonics Technology competitors such as Praxair, Cellulis, Cryologics, Cryotherm, KrioRus, VWR, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Custom Biogenic Systems, Oregon Cryonics, Alcor Life Extension Foundation, Osiris Cryonics, Sigma-Aldrich, Southern Cryonics.

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The main objective of the Cryonics Technology report is to guide the user to understand the Cryonics Technology market in terms of its definition, classification, Cryonics Technology market potential, latest trends, and the challenges that the Cryonics Technology market is facing. In-depth researches and Cryonics Technology studies were done while preparing the Cryonics Technology report. The Cryonics Technology readers will find this report very beneficial in understanding the Cryonics Technology market in detailed. The aspects and information are represented in the Cryonics Technology report using figures, bar-graphs, pie diagrams, and other visual representations. This intensifies the Cryonics Technology pictorial representation and also helps in getting the Cryonics Technology industry facts much better.

.This research report consists of the worlds crucial region market share, size (volume), trends including the product profit, price, Value, production, capacity, capability utilization, supply, and demand and industry growth rate.

Geographically this report covers all the major manufacturers from India, China, the USA, the UK, and Japan. The present, past and forecast overview of the Cryonics Technology market is represented in this report.

The Study is segmented by following Product Type, Slow freezing, Vitrification, Ultra-rapid

Major applications/end-users industry are as follows Animal husbandry, Fishery science, Medical science, Preservation of microbiology culture, Conserving plant biodiversity

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1)The report provides a detailed analysis of current and future market trends to identify the investment opportunities2) In-depth company profiles of key players and upcoming prominent players3) Global Cryonics Technology Market Trends (Drivers, Constraints, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, Investment Opportunities, and recommendations)4) Strategic recommendations in key business segments based on the market estimations5) To get the research methodologies those are being collected by Cryonics Technology driving individual organizations.

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The primary sources involve the industry experts from the Global Cryonics Technology industry including the management organizations, processing organizations, analytics service providers of the industrys value chain. All primary sources were interviewed to gather and authenticate qualitative & quantitative information and determine future prospects.

In the extensive primary research process undertaken for this study, the primary sources industry experts such as CEOs, vice presidents, marketing director, technology & innovation directors, founders and related key executives from various key companies and organizations in the Global Cryonics Technology in the industry have been interviewed to obtain and verify both qualitative and quantitative aspects of this research study.

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Bizarre ‘Frozen’ Theory Is Nearly 50 Years In The Making – HuffPost

A bizarre Disney theory has been floating around since the release of Frozen in 2013, and people just cant... let it go.

The theory shows up on Reddit,on Twitter,and its regularly perpetuated in articles about Frozen.

The people demand to know:Did Disney name the movie Frozen so stories about Walt Disneys frozen head would stop showing up on a Google search?

Google screenshotIs Walt Disney's head really frozen?

The legend of Walt Disney being cryogenically frozen is easily one of the most enduring pop culture conspiracy theories. Its impressive considering all indications are that he was cremated. But no matter how many times the notion has been put on ice in the last 50 years, it keeps being revived, popping up again and again, serving as the butt of jokes in TV shows such as 30 Rock and Family Guy.

With Frozen 2 coming to theaters on Nov. 22, now seems as good a time as any to find out if the franchise had anything to do with the theory.

The answer, according to writer/director Jennifer Lee? Hell snow.

In a 2018 interview about another one of her movies, A Wrinkle in Time, HuffPost asked if shed heard about the theory.

I have heard that one, Lee said. These are things where Im like, we called it Frozen for thematic reasons, and we called it Disneys Frozen because Disney made the film. Disney paid for the film and distributed it.

Lee, who heads Disney Animation Studios, said all her creative energy went into the movie itself. She added with a laugh, I wish I were that clever.

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The rumor that Walt Disney was frozen after his death has a few possible origins.But the theory seems to have been traced back to a 1972 interview between The Los Angeles Times and Robert Nelson, a former TV repairman who was enamored with cryonics and became the president of the Cryonics Society of California.

In comments from the interview surfaced by Los Angeles Magazine, Nelson mentions that Disney wanted to be frozen but claims he missed out. Weeks after his death in December 1966, a man named James Bedford became the first to freeze. (Hes still chilling today.)

In Nelsons 2014 memoir, Freezing People Is (Not) Easy, he recalled his rise and fall in the field of cryonics including a scandalin which nine bodies Nelson was preserving in a cemetery vault in Chatsworth,a Los Angeles suburb,had thawed out. He also describes how he believes the Disney legend started.

According to the book, shortly before Disneys death, Nelson received a call from a woman who described herself as an associate of the Walt Disney Studio. The Disney rep had called to get information on cryopreservation, including what facilities there were, what doctors were involved and how many people had been frozen.

Nelson wrote that his heart sank. No one had been frozen yet, and no cryogenic facility existed. He gave the rep the names of two doctors, Dr. Dante Brunol and Dr. Renault Able, who were scientific collaborators. She thanked him and the call ended.

Nelson died in 2018 and is currently frozen at the Cryonics Institute. But in researching the origins of the Disney story, we were led to Dr. Michael Perry, a historian of cryonics, whos been interested in the field since the 1960s and is a member of the Alcor Life Extension Foundation. Perry, whod known Nelson since 1990, had helped him with his memoir, performing such tasks as fact-checking.

Perry confirmed Disney wasnt frozen.

As far as any of us knows, and according to all the claims I have ever seen, he was cremated, not frozen, he told HuffPost.

He also said Nelsons description of the Disney call is accurate.

Disney studios did briefly contact him, Perry said. It was before his organization, Cryonics Society of California, had frozen anybody. They didnt have any real facilities. They had a couple of doctors they worked with, but theyre not really doing it yet. And thats pretty much it. Apparently, that was the only contact (Nelson) had, just that one phone call.

One call was enough, it seems, to perpetuate the rumor.

Some rumors just wont die down, and I think it just captures peoples attention, and they keep it going, Perry said. Maybe people find it intriguing that Disney might be frozen.


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Quantum Consortium Managed by SRI International Holds Workshop on Cryogenic Technologies to Accelerate Quantum Innovation – Fairfield Sun Times

BOZEMAN, Mont., Nov. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C) held a workshop to identify cryogenic technology advances that will enable a ten-fold improvement in quantum information science and technology (QIST) in the next decade10X10. Quantum computing based on superconducting technologies is just one example of a quantum application that requires cooling to ultra-low temperatures. QED-C participants, who are from across the quantum ecosystem, will use the workshop output to create a roadmap for cryogenic technologies for QIST applications. For more about QED-C, go to

A select group of experts gathered in Bozeman to assess needs and develop a roadmap for cryogenic technologies to accelerate QIST R&D and commercialization. Top U.S. cryogenic companies participated, including Advanced Research Systems, ColdEdge, Creare, Cryomech, HPD, Janis Research, Lake Shore Cryotronics, Montana Instruments, and Quantum Design, as well as experts from the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). A cross-section of companies that are developing quantum-based systems that require advanced cryogenic cooling also participated in the workshop.

"Cryogenics is slowing progress toward the establishment of a quantum industry, which will have both economic and national security implications, and which will create benefits to mankind that we can only dream of today," noted Luke Mauritsen, Founder and CEO of Montana Instruments. Workshop participants identified cryogenic capabilities that, if realized, would accelerate the pace of research and innovation and enable development and deployment of quantum technologies for sensing, communications, and computing. "The workshop brought together the cryo 'users' in the QIST community and cryo 'makers' with the goal of helping manufacturers better understand the challenging requirements of quantum systems," QED-C Associate Director Celia Merzbacher said. "Connections that were made may lead to breakthroughs that can have real impact."

Top needs that emerged from the workshop included faster cycle time, which in some cases can take days, to increase the rate of research. Reductions in size, weight and power requirements would enable commercial applications that today are not feasible. For many at research universities and in small companies, cost of the systems that are required for certain applications, which can be more than $1 million, is a barrier to entry. Finally, the dwindling pipeline of relevantly educated workers is a growing problem for companies in the field.

The workshop, which was supported by NIST and the State of Montana as well as QED-C participating companies, will inform QED-C and NIST on strategies and R&D investments for advancing cryogenics to enable growth in the quantum industry. "There is a chicken and egg problem," according to Sae Woo Nam, staff scientist at NIST and a leading expert in advanced cryogenics. "The quantum market is still small, so cryo companies can't justify investing in the necessary R&D, which is slowing advances in quantum application development."

This was the first QED-C workshop on an enabling technology for advancing the U.S. quantum industry. Such workshops and roadmaps will guide consortium efforts and provide members insight on the quantum industry.

About the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C)

QED-C is a consortium managed by SRI International and supported by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the Department of Commerce and by more than 70 U.S. companies from across the supply chain. The consortium seeks to enable and grow the U.S. quantum industry and associated supply chain. For more about QED-C, go to

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What it means to be a cyborg in 2019 – Quartz

I have a four-foot-tall robot in my house that plays with my kids. Its name is Jethro.

Both my daughters, aged 5 and 9, are so enamored with Jethro that they have each asked to marry it. For fun, my wife and I put on mock weddings. Despite the robot being mainly for entertainment, its very basic artificial intelligence can perform thousands of functions, including dance and teach karate, which my kids love.

The most important thing Jethro has taught my kids is that its totally normal to have a walking, talking machine around the house that you can hang out with whenever you want to.

Given my daughters semi-regular use of smartphones and tablets, I have to wonder how this will affect them in the future. Will they have any fear of technologies like driverless cars? Will they take it for granted that machine intelligences and avatars on computers can be their best friends, or even their bosses?

Will marrying a super-intelligent robot in 20 years be a natural decision? Even though I love technology, Im not sure how I would feel about having a robot-in-law. But my kids might think nothing of it.

This is my story of transhumanism.

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My transhumanism journey began in 2003 when I was reporting a story for National Geographic in Vietnams demilitarized zone and I almost stepped on a landmine.

I remember my guide roughly shoving me aside and pointing to the metal object half sticking out of the ground in front of me.

I stared at the device that would have completely blown my legs off had my boot tripped the mine. I had just turned 30. The experience left me shaken. And it kept haunting me.

That night as I lay tense and awake in my hotel room, I had the epiphany that has helped define the rest of my life: I decided that the most important thing in my existence was to fight for survival. To put it another way: My goal was to never die.

Because I was not religious, I immediately turned to the thing that gave meaning to my world: science and technology. I took a leap of faith and made a wager that day. I later called this (and even later, dedicated a book to it) the transhumanist wager.

The life extension business of transhumanism will be a $600 billion industry by 2025.

My idea for an immortality wager came from Pascals Wager, the famous bet that caught on in the 17th century that loosely argued it was better to believe in God than not to, because you would be granted an afterlife if there was indeed a God. My transhumanist wager was based in my belief that its better to dedicate our resources to science and technology to overcome death while were still aliveso we dont ever have to find out whether there is an afterlife or not. It turns out I wasnt alone in my passion to live indefinitely through science. A small social movement, mostly of academics and researchers, were tackling similar issues, starting organizations, and funding research.

Some of them called themselves transhumanists.

Fast-forward 16 years from my landmine incident, and transhumanism has grown way beyond its main mission of just overcoming death with science.

Now the movement is the de facto philosophy (maybe even the religion) of Silicon Valley. It encapsulates numerous futurist fields: singularitarianism, cyborgism, cryonics, genetic editing, robotics, AI, biohacking, and others.

Biohacking in particular has taken offthe practice of physically hacking ones body with science, changing and augmenting our physiology the same way computer hackers would infiltrate a mainframe.

Its pretty obvious why it has emerged as such a big trend: It attracts the youth.

Not surprisingly, worrying about death is something that older people usually do (and, apparently, those younger people who almost step on landmines). Most young people feel invincible. But tell young people they can take brain drugs called nootropics that make them super smart, or give them special eye drops that let them see in the dark, or give them a chip implant that enhances human ability (like the one I have), and a lot of young people will go for it.

In 2016, I ran for the US presidency as the Transhumanist Party nominee. To get support from younger biohackers, my team and I journeyed on the Immortality Busmy 38-foot coffin-shaped campaign busto Grindfest, the major annual biohacking meet-up in Tehachapi, California. In an old dentists chair in a garage, biohackers injected me with a horse syringe containing a small radio-frequency-identification implant that uses near-field communication technologythe same wireless frequency used in most smartphones. The tiny deviceits about the size of a grain of ricewas placed just under the skin in my hand. With my chip, I could start a car, pay with bitcoin, and open my front door with a lock reader.

Four years later, I still have the implant and use it almost every day. For surfers or joggers like myself, for example, its great because I dont have to carry keys around.

One thing I do have to navigate is how some religious people view me once they understand I have one. Evangelical Christians have told me that an implant is the mark of the beast, as in from the Bibles Book of Revelations.

Even though Im tagged by conspiracy theorists as a potential contender for the Antichrist, I cant think of any negatives in my own experiences to having a chip implant. But as my work in transhumanism has reached from the US Military to the World Bank to many of the worlds most well-known universities, my chip implant only exasperates this conspiracy.

While people often want to know what other things Ive done to my body, in reality becoming a cyborg is a lot less futuristic and drastic than people think.

For me and for the thousands of people around the world who have implants, its all about functionality. An implant simply makes our lives easier and more efficient. Mine also sends out pre-written text messages when peoples phones come within a few feet of me, which is a fun party trick.

But frankly, a lot of the most transformative technology is still being developed, and if youre healthy like me, theres really not much benefit in doing a lot of biohacking today.

I take nootropics for better brain memory, but theres no conclusive research I know of that it actually works yet. Ive done some brainwave therapy, sometimes called direct neurofeedback, or biofeedback, but I didnt see any lasting changes. I fly drones for fun, and of course I also have Jethro, our family robot.

For the most part, members of the disabled community are the ones who are truly benefiting from transhumanist technologies today. If you have an arm shot off in a war, its cyborg science that gives you a robot arm controlled by your neural system that allows you to grab a beer, play the piano, or shake someones hand again.

But much more dramatic technology is soon to come. And the hope is that it will be availableand accessibleto everyone.

I asked to be added to a volunteer list for an experiment that will place implants in peoples brains that would allow us to communicate telepathically, using AI. (Biohacking trials like this are secretive because they are coming under more intense legal scrutiny.)Im also looking into getting a facial recognition security system for my home. I might even get a pet dog robot; these have become incredibly sophisticated, have fur softer than the real thing (that doesnt shed all over your couch or trigger allergies) and can even act as security systems.

Beyond that, people are using stem cells to grow new teeth, genetic editing to create designer babies, and exoskeleton technology that will likely allow a human to run on water in the near future.

Most people generally focus on one aspect of transhumanism, like just biohacking, or just AI, or just brainwave-tech devices. But I like to try it all, embrace it all, and support it all. Whatever new transhumanist direction technology takes, I try to take it all in and embrace the innovation.

This multi-faceted approach has worked well in helping me build a bridge connecting the various industries and factions of the transhumanist movement. Its what inspired me to launch presidential and California gubernatorial campaigns on a transhumanist platform. Now Im embarking on a new campaign in 2020 for US president as a Republican, hoping to get conservatives to become more open-minded about the future.

The amount of money flowing into transhumanist projects is growing into many billions of dollars. The life extension business of transhumanism will be a $600 billion industry by 2025, according to Bank of America. This is no time for transhumanism to break apart into many different divisions, and its no time to butt heads. We need to unite in our aim to truly change the human being forever.

Transhumanistsit doesnt matter what kind you arebelieve they can be more than just human. The word natural is not in our vocabulary. Theres only what transhumanists can do with the tools of science and technology they create. That is our great calling: to evolve the human being into something better than it is.

Because transhumanism has grown so broadly by now, not all transhumanists agree with me on substantially changing the human being. Some believe we should only use technology to eliminate suffering in our lives. Religious transhumanists believe we should use brain implants and virtual reality to improves our morality and religious behavior. Others tell me politics and transhumanism should never mix, and we must always keep science out of the hands of the government.

We need unity of some significant sort because as we grow at such a fast rate there are a lot of challenges ahead. For example, the conservative Christian Right wants to enact moratoriums against transhumanism. The anarcho-primativists, led by people like the primitivist philosopher and author John Zerzan (who I debated once at Stanford University), want to eliminate much technology and go back to a hunting-gathering lifestyle which they believe is more in tune with Earths original ecology. And finally, we must be careful that the so-called one percent doesnt take transhumanist technology and leave us all in the dust, by becoming gods themselves with radical tech and not sharing the benefits with humanity.

I personally believe the largest danger of the transhumanist era is the fact that within a few decades, we will have created super-intelligent AI. What if this new entity simply decides it doesnt like humans? If something is more sophisticated, powerful, intelligent, and resilient than humans, we will have a hard time stopping it if it wants to harm or eliminate us.

Whatever happens in the future, we must take greater care than we ever have before as our species enters the transhumanist age. For the first time, we are on the verge of transforming the physical structure of our bodies and our brains. And we are inventing machines that could end up being more intelligent and powerful than we are. This type of change requires that not only governments act together, but also cultures, religions, and humanity as a whole.

In the end, I believe that a lot more people will be on board with transhumanism than admit it. Nearly all of us want to eliminate disease, protect our families from death, and create a better path and purpose for science and technology.

But I also realize that this must be done ever so delicately, so as not to prematurely push our species into crisis with our unbridled arrogance. One day, we humans may look back and revel in how far our species has evolvedinto undying mammals, cyborgs, robots, and even pure living data. And the most important part will be to be able to look back and know we didnt destroy ourselves to get there.

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