How to hack biotech?

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My stand on the future of Open Biotech and innovation models for the 21st century. Presentated at LOGIN Conference 2013, Vilnius - Lithuania.

My stand on the future of Open Biotech and innovation models for the 21st century. Presentated at LOGIN Conference 2013, Vilnius - Lithuania.

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  • 1. How to Hack Biotech? LOGIN Conference, Vilnius, 2013 – Pieter van BoheemenPicture by Cornell Fungi
  • 2. Old school hacking, self educatedPicture by Pieter van Boheemen
  • 3. Biohacking, requires a MSc degree Picture by TU Delft iGEM Team
  • 4. Amplino Hack SessionsPiecture by Picter van Boheemen
  • 5. Why does biology matter?
  • 6. Why does biology matter?Breathing
  • 7. Why does biology matter?BreathingEating
  • 8. Why does biology matter? Breathing Eating SmilingPixcture by Gideon Tsang
  • 9. Why does biology matter?BreathingEatingSmilingHealth Picture by Aurelio Asiain
  • 10. Why does biology matter?Energy Picture by bloomgal
  • 11. What’s wrong with biotech? InfoTech v.s. BioTechPicture by Enokson
  • 12. IT: Moore’s LawPicture by Wikimedia Commons
  • 13. BT: Eroom’s Law
  • 14. IT – 1980 BT– 1980 – 2013 – 2013
  • 15. IT Creativity IDEASLean LEARN BUILD PRODUCT DATA MEASURE
  • 16. BTLinear Add lots of money here IDEA Patent BUILD PRODUCT
  • 17. BioTechInnovationGAME Cashflow-High risk 0 Patent-Big investments Valley of Death-Low outputOld world is basedon informationmonopoly Time
  • 18. BT: Needs big labs
  • 19. Picture by Ars Electronica BT: Repeat every day
  • 20. This is all about to change!
  • 21. DemocratizationTransparency Tinkering EducationOpen Access Creativity Responsibility Demystification Empowerment DUTCH DIYBio
  • 22. Picture by Rembrandt (1631)
  • 23. FabLabPicture by Malthe Borch
  • 24. Open WetlabPicture by Malthe Borch
  • 25. BioPrint workshopPicture by Waag Society
  • 26. DNA diagnostic testingPicture by Guenter Seyfried
  • 27. Education
  • 28. Debating
  • 29. New YorkParis Biohack SpacesCork
  • 30. NetworkPicture by DIYBio EU
  • 31. Which place next?
  • 32. Biohacking in Practice
  • 33. Open Source Hardware HARDWARE SOFTWARE WETWARE
  • 34. Open Source HardwareDIY Rotor OpenPCR BioCurious – DIY Bio Printer
  • 35. BT Creativity IDEASLean LEARN BUILD PRODUCT DATA MEASURE
  • 36. Cooling Heating Sample Temperature sensorsIdea
  • 37. Build, Measure, LearnPicture by Amplino
  • 38. Idea, Build, Measure, Learn Air tube with sample Lamp dimmer Controller Fan relais FanPicture by Amplino
  • 39. Present, LearnPicture by NRC
  • 40. IdeaPicture by Gates Foundation
  • 41. Malaria diagnostic challenge
  • 42. Microscopy labPicture by Gates Foundation
  • 43. Portable devicePicture by Amplino
  • 44. Connectivity
  • 45. Award
  • 46. The Future of Biotech
  • 47. BioTechInnovationGAME Cashflow-High risk-Big investments 0 Patent-Low output Valley of DeathOld world is basedon informationmonopoly Time
  • 48. My GAME-High speed-Big fun-Low drag Creativity Cashflow 0 CreativityBased on: Creativity-Open Platforms-Creativity-Agility Time