Suppose that the technology to re-grow bodies exists but either for technical or ethical reasons creating a digital copy of the brain that can be uploaded is not possible. How could you create an escape/survival system for the human brain in the event of body death. The brain doesn’t need to be functional, it just needs to be recoverable at an indeterminate time in the future. Assume that as long as the information encoded into the neurons and synapses of the brain isn’t lost, then medical technology can eventually bring them back.
The best I can come up with is some sort of implanted device that non-destructively plasticizes or crystallizes the brain in the event of body-death. Is there a better solution to preserve the information encoded into the brain?