How Deep Cryogenics Has Absolutely Zero to Do with “Cryonics”

Cryonics, not cryogenics, is probably best known for the process used on Red Sox baseball legend Ted Williams after his death in 2002. He is currently stored in a cryonics facility in Arizona, kept at a constant temp of -196℃. What we’re doing at Deep Cryogenics International has nothing to do with any of that, although we are using a tank and calibrating it to get metals down to the same super-cold temperature.

Compassionate Management: A Quick Peek into DCI’s Company Culture

Compassionate management is something that resonates deeply with us and is what we want for DCI. We believe that a CEO should strive to be attuned to the personal suffering of his or her employees, and do whatever can be done to address it and be supportive. If you’re not aware of your employees’ issues, how can you be running the best organization possible?

Why Canada?

Prior to this past June I had never lived in Nova Scotia but from the time I was a child, we have visited extended family here. Summer overnights with grandparents, cottage getaways with aunts and uncles. When we lived overseas, we returned for a month every summer. Lobster feasts, blueberry ice cream, clams and chips…