As a first-timer, I was awe-struck by the ingenuity of many of the projects, ranging from hibernation for long-haul space travel to rejuvenating aging cells to creating new materials. It was hard to whittle it down, but here are my three favourite companies the summit.
’ve written before about why I love this conference so much, but for now, I wanted to share some of my favourite things from this year’s conference
We were fascinated by how SXSW has come to be the engaging and inclusive conference that people come back to year on year. And more specifically what can science conference organisers learn from the the SXSW model.
Our picks from this year's CES - from tracking to rehab, consumer health was a huge focus for this year's conference.
On December 6th 2016, we hosted our 4th London Sessions event on 'Disrupting the Lab'.
On October 24th, we hosted our 3rd London Sessions on the theme of 'Future Space'.
Spaceoneers reviews our Future Space London Sessions event.
A run-down of the best of Hello Tomorrow, and the winning startup.
On September 13th, we brought the future of health to Interchange Camden.
On August 2nd, we hosted our first Science: Disrupt London Session at Google Campus.
Izan Peris, co-founder of Disrupt Space summit, chats hackathons, startups and space.