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Tim Batchelder is a leader on information strategies in regulated industries including life sciences, biotechnology and healthcare. He has successfully proposed and launched a number of information, content and knowledge management teams and capabilities at both large global companies and smaller startups.  Tim combines the liberal arts and technology to enable organizations to uncover, integrate and apply their untapped knowledge assets, customer insights, data and intelligence.

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Modifying Your Own Genes Is Just An Injection Away–If You’re Feeling Lucky

  Biohacker Josiah Zayner wants to create a world where anyone is free and able to experiment on their own DNA. Source: Modifying Your Own Genes Is Just An Injection Away–If You’re Feeling Lucky

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Ancestry answered the DNA questions 23andMe couldn’t 

A really awesome thing about being black is that ancestry can be very unclear because of, you know, slavery. Enter DNA kits. Source: Ancestry answered the DNA questions 23andMe couldn’t | TechCrunch

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Google X and the Science of Radical Creativity

  How the secretive Silicon Valley lab is trying to resurrect the lost art of invention Source: Inside X, Google’s Moonshot Factory – The Atlantic

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MIT-born startup Embr Labs blows past Kickstarter goal for personalized wrist ‘thermostat’ 

The company, which is backed by Intel Capital and Bose Ventures, first gained attention for its temperature-controlling wristbands several years ago. Now it looks ready to put more than 1,000 on the arms of customers. Source: MIT-born startup Embr Labs blows past Kickstarter goal for personalized wrist ‘thermostat’ – Boston Business Journal

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