’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
This week we chatted to Chris Hartgerink a PhD metascientist (the science of science) andopen access advocate, whose core focus is on data fraud.
This episode we spoke to Michael Eisen (@mbeisen), a Professor within the Molecular and Cellular Biology Department at the University California, Berkeley, founder of PLOS, and an aspiring Senator.
SynBioBeta, the conference which brings together a leading community of entrepreneurs, policy-makers, investors and enthusiasts in synthetic biology, lands in London this week. Here are our picks...
Over the past week, Entrepreneur First have staged their 7th cohort demo day in London and their first in Singapore.
Our picks from this year's CES - from tracking to rehab, consumer health was a huge focus for this year's conference.
Our favourite science innovations and disruptors from 2016.
Spaceoneers reviews our Future Space London Sessions event.
What made Hello Tomorrow one of the best startup events this year.
I’ve got some questions for you, Michael Bloomberg.
If science strives for exactness and diplomacy for balance, how can they co-exist?
Our most pressing problems need the best people collaborating on them.
If I’ve had to learn the tricky art of selling, shouldn’t researchers do the same?
Uncertainty and science funding are unfortunate bed fellows, especially post-Brexit.
Science seeks collaboration, even in an increasingly competitive environment.
Jon Tennant, Batman of Open Access, discusses the value of Open Science.
This is an industry just waiting on something better to come along.
VCs like SaaS, so how can research tool startups make the most of this investment trend?
What exactly does serious but 'fun' scientific content even look like?
Wouldn’t it be remarkable if we could get people, simply, in awe, of the world around them?