No Foresight FOMO for you, thanks to this update.
Jessy Kate Schingler,
OPEN LUNAR FOUNDATION
February 25th 6-9pm
Starfish Mission – Emerging Tech Coworking Space
1535 Mission Street, San Francisco
Lunar activity is exploding: how will the moon resources be shared? How can we ensure that lunar settlement happens “for the benefit of all mankind”?
Work with the Open Lunar Foundation through scenarios simulating the politics of the Moon, and participate in designing governance for new worlds!
Aubrey de Grey, Sonia Arrison,
Nills Regge, Joe Betts-Lacroix,
and Karl Pfleger
March 5th 6-9pm
Quadrus Conference Center,
2400 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park CA 94025
To leverage the new wave of longevity enthusiasm we’re launching regular salons to grow a strong longevity community, targeted on onboarding new investors in the space. We invite you to join us in kicking off this series by joining new and old friends over aperitifs to ask what’s different now that fuels the interest and optimism in the field.
Dean Miguel A. Garcia-Garibay and Nobel Prize Winner Sir Fraser Stoddart
September 5-6, 2020
UCLA – University of California Los Angeles
Application to attend coming soon: stay tuned!
In the meantime, browse our previous Technical Competitions page, or check out these recent reports and videos:
Innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. The Foresight Fellowship is meant to accelerate the work of innovators out there who are shaping a critical piece of the puzzle that is building positive futures for life and our biosphere. Whether in Academia, in a private lab, doing independent research, or in a start-up – if you are advancing breakthrough technologies and working on something truly important to you, we want to support you.
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We want to know your hopes and dreams for Foresight and the future of life, because we are deeply committed to fulfilling them.
If you take 10 minutes of your precious time to answer this survey, we promise to listen very carefully, and to make it worth it.
Catalyst will be a day of collaborative problem-solving for a broad range of people invested in the future of biotechnology, including synthetic biologists, policymakers, academics, and biohackers. We aim to catalyze a community of forward-looking individuals who will work together to engineer a future enhanced by biology and not endangered by it.
The summit is free to attend for everyone accepted, and the application only takes a few minutes. We expect participants to come from diverse backgrounds, and welcome applicants who do not work professionally in biosecurity or biotechnology, who are early in their careers, and who are skeptical of how biosecurity discussions are typically framed.
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