The Internet, big data, and global access have given rise to worldwide connectivity and the sharing economy. While access is typically a good thing, as Voltaire famously said, “With great power comes great responsibility.” How has the sharing economy changed the world of business, investing, and social impact? Are we exacerbating the investment herd by sharing ideas? Are there ways to harness these capabilities to maximize social and environmental impact?
On March 2, 2016, we hosted a thought-provoking discussion at The Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida featuring a panel of experts addressing the innovation and science of living longer and well.
The following panel of experts address the innovation and science of living longer and well:
- Nathaniel E. David, Ph.D., Co-Founder, UNITY Biotechnology
- Keith R. Leonard, Jr., Co-Founder, Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, Inc.
- Paul D. Robbins, Ph.D., Scientist and Professor, Scripps Research Institute
- What is our thinking about aging and how can we build companies to change how it is that we age?
- Why is aging such a big issue today?
- Why should you be interested in healthspan rather than lifespan?
- How do you define healthspan and what are you solving for?
- Will pharma drugs replace stem cells as healthspan treatments?