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TechonomyBIO June 17th The Computer History Museum.

Come hear Stewart Brand of the Long Now Foundation, Drew Endy of Stanford, Jim Flatt of Synthetic Genomics, Eri Gentry of the Institute for the Future, David Haussler of UC Santa Cruz, Andrew Hessell of Autodesk, Ellen Jorgensen of Genspace, Floyd Romesberg of The Scripps Research Institute, Beth Seidenberg of Kleiner Perkins, and other influential executives discuss how biological progress, driven by IT progress, is transforming society. - See more at This is a ticket only conference so please be sure to register on the Techonomy website. Techonomy are currently running a 2for1 offer on all tickets and they are also open to doing group discounts.

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