Alcor Video Library

The Alcor Cryonics YouTube Channel

PBS NOVA:

  • PBS NOVA segment on Cryonics (5 minutes) - David Pogue met with Alcor president and CEO Max More to tour the facility and learn about the field of cryonics. (November 2013)

Alcor Facility Tours:

  • Alcor Facility Tour (3 minutes) - Short video tour of the Alcor Life Extension Foundation facility in Scottsdale, Arizona, conducted by Stephen Van Sickle, who was Executive Director at Alcor when this tour was filmed in 2006.
  • Alcor Facility Tour (16 minutes) filmed and conducted for the Singlularity Weblog in July 2013.

Alcor Documentary:

  • The Limitless Future (28 minutes). Alcor documentary video (2005). Discover how leading-edge science at the Alcor Life Extension Foundation is getting closer to making the dream of a vastly extended lifespan come true and how our notion of "death" is shifting. Includes interviews with world-renowned scientists including Dr. Aubrey de Grey, Department of Genetics at the University of Cambridge, explaining how life can be cryopreserved on the verge of death and then revitalized, giving us a second chance at a long and productive life, and Dr. Ralph Merkle, Distinguished Professor of Computing at Georgia Tech, exploring how molecular-sized machines will be able to repair damage to your body from aging or the devastating effects of cancer and other illnesses, including frostbite.

Talks by Alcor President and CEO, Max More:

Alcor Conference Presentations:

2006 Alcor Conference - this link goes to page with full descriptions of all conference video presentations. Or use links below to go directly to a particular video.

  • Excerpts (14 minutes) - Overview of the conference with short segments from various sections
  • Ralph Merkle - Nanotechnology and Cryonics (25 minutes)
  • J. Storrs Hall - Cryonics: A Door into Summer (24 minutes)
  • David Friedman - If Life Were a Lot Longer: An Economist's View (26 minutes)
  • Aubrey de Grey - SENS: A Precursor to Cryonic Revival (36 minutes)
  • Brian Wowk - The Cryobiological Basis of Cryonics (42 minutes)

2012 Alcor Conference - this link goes to page with full descriptions of all conference video presentations. Or use links below to go directly to a particular video.

Other Videos:

  • Suspended Animation by Vitrification - 25 minute conference presentation (November, 2005). A cryobiologist talks about the current state of tissue cryopreservation technology in mainstream science and the implications for cryonics.