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BIL Santa Cruz May 2010

Presentation for Singularity University, Exec Program, Feb 2010
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Raymond McCauley

on 2 January 2011

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Transcript of BIL Santa Cruz May 2010

Democritizing the Genome for BIL: Santa Cruz (#BILSC)
"Innovative Solutions to Global Inequality"
1 May 2010 Raymond McCauley
CTO & Founder, Exponential Biosciences
+1-650-776-4561
@raymondmccauley
raymond@raymondmccauley.net
www.raymondmccauley.net Raymond McCauley biochemistry
biophysics
electrical engineering
computer science bioinformatics
nanotechnology Sr. Scientist
doing
Sequencing R&D
in
Gene Expression Applications

Current Research:
Bioinformatics
Non-Coding RNA
Epigenetics
Cancer Sequencing microarrays sequencing diagnostics Questions?

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Peter Arvai
Adam Somlai-Fischer (alternative from Microsoft Labs: pptPlex) DISCLAIMER These are my my opinions and are not intended to reflect the views of any group or organization with which I may be affiliated. Melanie Swan
Research Fellow, MS Futures Group
+1-415-505-4426
@LaBlogga
m@melanieswan.com
www.melanieswan.com Next Gen Medicine Tools for the Masses Raymond McCauley
CTO & Founder, Exponential Biosciences
+1-650-776-4561
@raymondmccauley
raymond@raymondmccauley.net
www.raymondmccauley.net Melanie Swan
Research Fellow, MS Futures Group
+1-415-505-4426
@LaBlogga
m@melanieswan.com
www.melanieswan.com Exponential Biosciences is important
is here
more is coming BUT... "The future is already here.
It's just not very evenly distributed." - William Gibson Infrastructure Electricity Currency Delivery These are solvable problems... Killer App # 1 PCR Gel
Electrophresis Institution Academic Commercial Medical Industrial Complex http://www.gahaga.com/ Real time PCR in your Pocket LavaAmp Thermal Cycler http://www.pearlbiotech.com/ - buy one ($199)
- buy parts & build it from parts
- download plans and make your own parts
- participate in design and discussions
(Open Gel Box 2.0 RFCI, Creative Commons) Killer App # 2 Appropriate Drug Delivery Enviromental Sensing Killer App # 3 Funding Models Sterilization Pressure Cookers India Killer App # 4 DIY Clinical Trials Photo: Ye Rin Mok http://www.mydaughtersdna.org/ Heroes... but they
shouldn't
have to be... Augusto and Michaela Odone The Crowley Family crowd sourced clinical trials
not just a neat science project
technology is cheaper
tools are more accessible
out of the ivory tower
Resources DIYgenomics.org Meetups
DIYbio
Quantified Self BioCurious.org Community Lab "Experiment with Friends"
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