Sustaining an innovation economy means evolving, adapting, re-imagining, and re-inventing to create and utilize new ideas and information into both existing and novel products and services. In order for non-institutional actors to claim a space for change however, fundamental questions addressing the composition of such an innovation ecosystem need be identified. AdvertisementsRead more "About"
Through an expert workshop, composed of players across the ecosystem of biology — some traditional (mature companies), some not (DIYBio, Serious Games, Incubators, Automation Lab) — we propose to identify the emerging biological/biotechnology innovation ecosystem, including its new players, ripest areas for innovation, and new incentive models, such as independent publishing, crowdfunded research, and “consumer […]Read more "Participants"
Information regarding the times and descriptions of the workshop.Read more "Agenda"
We give our in-house innovators an open mic with the hope to learn about their stories and visions for the future of biology.Read more "Interviews"