BIOECONOMY

What’s in store for our next year?

We started as a publication about biotechnology, and we’ve become a community about our future.

Alexander Titus
Jan 4 · 5 min read
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The next year of Bioeconomy.XYZ

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The process of scientific discovery is hardly ever linear. It’s messy, convoluted, and often involves odd sources of inspiration. We want to hear about those Archimedes moments in personal scientific enlightenment and in groundbreaking breakthroughs. As we shake our heads and say “how the heck did you come up with that?” share with us the overflowing bathtub that galvanized the ingenuity. The more honest and random the better.

Science does not happen in a void. Let’s explore the relationship between biotech creation and the societal context in which it occurs. There are limitless angles to explore: history, policy, mores, psychology, scientific literacy, current events, and bioethics just to name a few.

Biotech is awesome. Non-negotiable fact on this platform. But achieving the end result takes a nuanced and technical understanding of the world and experimental design. Break it down and teach us something new. Make the complex uncomplicated.

Between climate change, water shortages, and infectious diseases there are some pretty daunting issues facing humanity. We believe that collaboration with nature holds the key to many of the problems we face. Show us novel biotech solutions to our most urgent dilemmas.

For innovations to leave the lab and make an impact, business is the vehicle for change. So what does it take to build a thriving bioeconomy? A successful launch plan requires funding, marketing, tech valuation, ecosystem development, and strategy. We want to learn about it all.

Biotechnology is the result of humanity bringing its creativity to a collaborative experience with nature. We see the partnership as humanity’s best art form. Help us explore this intersection from the perspective of both the scientist and the artist. Maybe we will find that they are the same.

Contributing to the biotech that will shape our collective future is certainly compelling. Let’s talk about what it takes to establish a fulfilling and dynamic career. Let’s build that bioeconomy.

A National Bioeconomy Manufacturing and Innovation Initiative

A National Bioeconomy Manufacturing and Innovation Initiative.

Please join us!

Bioeconomy.XYZ

Innovation for the Bioeconomy

Thanks to Kathryn Hamilton

Alexander Titus

Written by

Founder of Bioeconomy.XYZ // Tech Exec // I rode my bike 3k+ miles from the Arctic Circle to Silicon Valley // Tweets @1AlexanderTitus

Bioeconomy.XYZ

The Medium publication for biotechnology and everyone involved in the revolution. The best brought to you by the brightest. Founded by @1AlexanderTitus for you.

Alexander Titus

Written by

Founder of Bioeconomy.XYZ // Tech Exec // I rode my bike 3k+ miles from the Arctic Circle to Silicon Valley // Tweets @1AlexanderTitus

Bioeconomy.XYZ

The Medium publication for biotechnology and everyone involved in the revolution. The best brought to you by the brightest. Founded by @1AlexanderTitus for you.

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