Lisa Randall will discuss the challenges we humans face in imagining scales very different from our own and will show how various fields of science have tackled some of those challenges through extremely careful measurements and through simulations--often in tandem. Then, she will briefly discuss some practical applications of such research.
Moderated discussion by Life Sciences innovators covering 3D bioprinting, precision medicine, personalized patient continuous care, and innovative therapies in neuroscience. Topics will include managing and mining data, patient-specific bioengineering, and latest advancements and outcomes when science and technology are leveraged.
Insightful discussion on sustainable innovation covering ideation, production, and 100% recycling of next-gen plastics, plastic products, and new materials. Topics will include product engineering for 100% recyclability, energy consumption and efficiency considerations for applications of new materials including lightweighting, and the role of virtual discovery of sustainable materials with computational quantum chemistry.
Transporation will be provided to the evening event as well as to the conference hotel following the event. If you prefer to drive, there is complimentary parking at the Boston Harvard Club as well.
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Leaders from different industries discuss trends in product innovation including consumer-specific customization, advanced materials, collaborative engineering, and generative design including additive manufacturing. Topics will include virtual discovery and testing to speed product development, the intimate connection between product engineering and manufacturing, and 3D printing as a gateway to new thinking about design.
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