Igor Korabelnikov in a chamber chilled by liquid nitrogen to minus 120 degrees Celsius after exercising on a treadmill at a gym that calls itself a ‘biohacking laboratory’. Photo: AFP

The ‘biohackers’ who want to be advanced humans

  • Russian geeks and wealthy join global movement whose followers seek to upgrade their bodies with experimental tech
  • Converts hope to live long enough to see scientific advances extend life massively
Topic |   Science
Igor Korabelnikov in a chamber chilled by liquid nitrogen to minus 120 degrees Celsius after exercising on a treadmill at a gym that calls itself a ‘biohacking laboratory’. Photo: AFP
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