In this link, it is suggested to use high-pressure cryonics to freeze living cells, tissues or small organism as opposed to various and potentially toxic anti-freeze agent. The core idea is that over a certain pressure, ice is anamorphic and will not form ice crystals. Thus, organic matter will not be destroyed by said crystals.
Detailed information about the proposal can be found at this link:
I have considering self-financing the experiment. Could anyone chip in with some advice? Do you see any red flags, design tips, etc.?