Surviving Humanity: “What will the world look like when I grow up?”

a photo series by Alberto Giuliani

Raum für Experimente (Ausgabe III/2017)

  • Mars simulation: The American astronaut Tristan Bassingthwaighte is training on Hawaii for an outboard mission

    Mars simulation: The American astronaut Tristan Bassingthwaighte is training on Hawaii for an outboard mission

  • In Longyearbyen on Spitsbergen, 150 meters below the ice, the seeds of thousands of plants from all over the world are stored

    In Longyearbyen on Spitsbergen, 150 meters below the ice, the seeds of thousands of plants from all over the world are stored

  • Seed capsules in the "Global Seed Vault" in Longyearbyen

    Seed capsules in the "Global Seed Vault" in Longyearbyen

  • Sequencing machines at the China National GeneBank. Opened in November 2016, it already contains millions of human and animal DNA analyses

    Sequencing machines at the China National GeneBank. Opened in November 2016, it already contains millions of human and animal DNA analyses

  • Researchers at Sooam Biotech in Seoul are extracting eggs to clone pigs

    Researchers at Sooam Biotech in Seoul are extracting eggs to clone pigs

  • Two cloned dogs at Sooam Biotech. For 100,000 US dollars, dog owners can order a clone of their animal

    Two cloned dogs at Sooam Biotech. For 100,000 US dollars, dog owners can order a clone of their animal

  • The cloned puppy of a German shepherd dog, carried in the uterus of a Doberman

    The cloned puppy of a German shepherd dog, carried in the uterus of a Doberman

  • Photos of patients who have been frozen in one of the oldest centres for cryopreservation, the Cryonic Institute of Michigan, Detroit

    Photos of patients who have been frozen in one of the oldest centres for cryopreservation, the Cryonic Institute of Michigan, Detroit

  • Cryopreservation storage at Alcor in Scottsdale, Arizona: Each cylinder contains four human bodies frozen in liquid nitrogen

    Cryopreservation storage at Alcor in Scottsdale, Arizona: Each cylinder contains four human bodies frozen in liquid nitrogen

  • Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

    Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

  • Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

    Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

  • Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

    Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

  • Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

    Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

  • Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

    Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

  • Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

    Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

  • Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

    Visitors interact with "telenoids" in the Japanese National Museum of Futures Studies and Innovation. These robots imitate the emotional needs of babies

  • At the reception of the Henn na Hotel near Nagasaki, the world's first hotel operated exclusively by robots

    At the reception of the Henn na Hotel near Nagasaki, the world's first hotel operated exclusively by robots




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