Engineering Biology for Science & Industry
July 14th - 15th, 2015 101 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY, United States
Engineering Biology for Science & Industry: Accelerating Progress Follow up meeting to discuss next steps and initiate serious planning to develop the thoughts and ideas discussed in April. Topics of discussion will include the identification of some large pools of federal funding ($50 to $170 million over five years) that present potential opportunities for support, additional programs that can support policy development, public engagement as well as ethical and security issues. Lastly, we will begin some road mapping activities during the meeting.
David Rejeski Wilson Center
Megan Palmer CISAC, Stanford University
Simone Ross Techonomy
Natalie Kuldell Kuldell BioBuilder Educational Foundation
Spencer Adler Bioeconomy Capital
Aidan Apel Nancy J Kelley & Associates
Farren Isaacs Yale
Dave Whelan Nancy J Kelley + Associates
PETER WEIGELE New England Biolabs
Breton Hornblower New England Biolabs
Bill Peck Twist Bioscience
Paul Freemont Imperial College
Gilonne d'Origny New Harvest
Karen Ingram Karen Ingram & Associates, Inc.
Matt Marano Gen9 Inc.
Daniel Gruskin Freelance
New York Genome Center , 101 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY, United States
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