What Will the Century of Biology Mean to the Global Economy?

Extraordinary advances in life sciences are changing the way we live and do business. The managing director of Excel Venture Management, co-founder of Synthetic Genomics, and creator of Life Science Project at Harvard Business School, Juan Enriquez, discusses the economic impacts of the life sciences on the global economy.

Speakers: Juan Enriquez
Festival: 2010

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