In this TEDx Talks, Harvard University biologist Daisy Robinton looks at how bioengineering could be used to end ageing.
Harvard University biologist Daisy Robinton reveals how science is helping us understand how and why we age.
Daisy Robinton is a scientist at Harvard University researching mechanisms of stem cell identity at the intersection of cancer and developmental biology. Daisy’s passion for the effective translation of science has fuelled her years of teaching and speaking, and in 2011 Daisy founded the Science in the News Spring Public Lecture Series at Harvard. Daisy consults to numerous biotech startups in the US and UK and for projects ranging from feature film screenplays on the future of medicine and longevity to the “Future of Making” via bioengineering with IDEO.
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