Tuesday, June 17, 2014 from 1:30 PM to 6:30 PM (PDT)
Mountain View, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for the inaugural Techonomy Bio conference, Tuesday, June 17th, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
Systems of life are being harnessed for progress much as digital systems have been for the last 50 years. That progress isn't afffecting just health and drug development, it's revolutionizing food and agriculture, energy, even manufacturing. Our first Techonomy Bio event aims to help all of us to understand how progress in bio and life sciences will change society and business.
New sources of energy, disease fighting bacteria, genetic road maps, synthetic foods, pollution detecting organisms, growing products, personal cancer cures, personalized anything cures, changing one's DNA, reversing extinction, extending life - all are possibilities.
Come join Stewart Brand of the Long Now Foundation, Drew Endy of Stanford University, Jim Flatt of Synthetic Bio, Andrew Hessel of Autodesk, Ellen Jorgensen of Genspace, Eri Gentry of the Institute for the Future, Floyd Romesberg of Scripps, Beth Seidenberg of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Steve Jurvetson of Draper Fisher Jurvetson and others for a half day conversation about technology's impact on the rapidly accelerating, world changing progress in bio and life sciences.
For up-to-date information on the program agenda and conference speakers, please visit: http://www.techonomy.com/bio
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Founded in 2011, Techonomy Media Inc. is an American conference and media company headquartered in New York. Techonomy organizes conferences that focus on how the accelerating advancement of technology is transforming business and can help address the world's pressing needs. Techonomy also publishes editorial content on its website and in a weekly newsletter, and creates original video journalism.