BioHTP: A Conference for BioHackers, by Biohackers

What is a "BioHacker"? Are you one? A Biohacker is an individual who engages in or tinkers with biotechnology outside of traditional settings. Traditional settings being academic, corporate, or government labs. Biohacking offers a unique opportunity for those who are interested in emerging bio technologies to gain knowledge and awareness around the opportunities and the concerns, as well as participate in the shaping of such technologies.

As the BioHacker community grows, there is a need to disseminate information and facilitate interaction between individuals of different knowledge bases and areas of expertise. BioHTP is a conference run by BioHackers, designed for BioHackers, with talks solicited from BioHackers. In collaboration with Josiah Zayner of the Odin (a biohacker's general store), this event aims to bring the growing biohacker community together to an event created precisely for them. 

Submit an abstract.

Want to present at BioHTP's inaugural year? Submit an abstract! We'll let you know if you have been selected by mid-June. All accepted proposals get free tickets. If your proposal doesn't get accepted, you'll still receive $10 off of the full price of conference admission for participating.

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September 23, 24, 25, 2016

Omni Commons
4799 Shattuck
Oakland CA 94114

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