Bio Tuesday, June 17, 2014

  • Techonomy Bio was held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

  • There were some complimentary 'take homes' for attendees; The latest Techonomy report and Scientific American magazine

  • David Kirkpatrick kicks off Techonomy Bio!

  • "Better, Faster, Cheaper" Andrew Hessel, Autodesk, on how to fix the way cancer drugs are made

  • "How will Biological Progress Transform the World" (from left) Alex Lash, Xconomy & Drew Endy, Stanford University

  • A packed audience listens on

  • "Participatory Biology" (from left) David Kirkpatrick; Techonomy, Eri Gentry; Institute of the Future & BioCurious, Ryan Bethencourt; Berkeley Biolabs & XPRIZE Foundation and David Haussler; UC Santa Cruz & HHMI

  • "Building a Better Mousetrap" Jorge Soto, MirOculus

  • "A Life in Bio" David Kirkpatrick; Techonomy & Beth Seidenberg; Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

  • "The Funding Dilemma" (from left) Paul Gurney; McKinsey & Company, Beth Seidenberg; Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Lindy Fishburne; Breakout Labs and Steve Jurvetson; Draper Fisher Jurvetson

  • "The Razor's Edge" Todd Huffman; 3Scan

  • "Programmable Life" (from left) Andrew Hessel; Autodesk, Ellen Jorgensen; Genspace and Ryan Phelan; Revive & Restore

  • "Engineering Biology to Address Global Challenges" Nancy J. Kelley, Nancy J. Kelley & Associates

  • Audience interaction was a frequent occurance at Techonomy Bio

  • "Bio Goes Mainstream" (from left) David Kirkpatrick; Techonomy, Floyd Romesberg; The Scripps Research Institute, Stewart Brand; The Long Now Foundation, Jim Flatt; Genovia Bio and Steve Levine; Dassault Systemes

  • "Bio Goes Mainstream" (from left) David Kirkpatrick; Techonomy, Floyd Romesberg; The Scripps Research Institute, Stewart Brand; The Long Now Foundation

  • David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy grabs a refreshment with fellow Bio enthusiasts

  • Stewart Brand, The Long Now Foundation and a fellow attendee at Techonomy Bio

  • The conversation kept on flowing ... long after the conference officially came to a close! John Perry Barlow, Algae Systems (second from left)

  • Steve Levine, Dassault Systemes speaks with some attendees at the reception post-conference

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