What is the future of Research?
How are the tools of 21st Century communication changing the landscape of Science? How will crowdfunding, citizen science, and the open access movement change how we pursue knowledge?
Join us September 28-29 in beautiful University Park, Los Angeles to ask these questions and more!
*Registration Includes breakfast and lunch on both Sat 9/28 & Sun 9/29*
The Science and Tech Forum: Los Angeles will bring together thought leaders and entrepreneurs to explore the changing landscape of scientific discovery in the 21st Century.
Brian Nosek - U. Virginia/Center for Open Science
Todd Richmond - USC Institute for Creative Technologies
Kaitlin Thaney - Mozilla Science Lab
Elizabeth Silva - PLOS
Joseph Jackson - Bio, Tech, and Beyond
Mark Hahnel - Figshare
Hemai Parthasarathy - Breakout Labs
Barry Bunin - Collaborative Drug Discovery
Elizabeth Iorns - Science Exchange/Reproducibility Initiative
Pete Binfield - PeerJ
Kevin Lustig - Assay Depot
Max Hodak - Transcriptic
William Gunn - Mendeley
Cory McLean - 23andMe
Sean Seaver - p212121
Cindy Wu - Microryza
JUST ANNOUNCED: Set your own agenda at the Unconference Breakout!
Who Should attend? Students, Postdocs, Faculty, Investors, Citizen Scientists, and all who are excited to learn about how the tools of the tech revolution are enabling a new age of research and discovery.
Follow our latest updates on social media using the hashtag #SciTechLA
When & Where
Research2.0 is an initiative launched by USC School of Pharmacy to look beyond traditional research models to engage new players and technologies in the biosciences with academia. Our mission is to promote a more efficient, rapid and rigorous research paradigm through a diverse, networked discovery community.