Daniel Grushkin is the Executive Director and cofounder of Genspace, a nonprofit community laboratory dedicated to promoting citizen science and access to biotechnology. He is founder and director of the Biodesign Challenge, a university competition devoted to creating new visions for the future of biotech. From 2013 to 2014, he was a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, where he researched the field of synthetic biology, and an Emerging Leader in Biosecurity at the UPMC Center of Health Security. As a journalist, he has reported on the intersection of biotechnology, culture, and business for publications including Bloomberg Businessweek, Fast Company, Scientific American and Popular Science.
DatabitesDaniel Grushkin speaks about the origin of GenSpace, The DNA Revolution, and merging data with biology. This talk delves into the evolution of ubiquitous biology during the past decade, and what promo... Read moreJune 2017
Data & SocietyPart talk, part science experiment, and part conversation, in this Databite, Daniel Grushkin explores how contemporary biotechnology melds data and biology, and creates a living medium, whose function in our society is only now... Read moreFebruary 2016