MAY 30, 2018 01:30 PM PDT

Synthetic Biology - New Tools and Materials for Consumer Industries

C.E. CREDITS: P.A.C.E. CE | Florida CE
  • VP of Research and Client Development, Lux Research
      Mark Bünger works with clients to develop their innovation processes and organizations, to take strategic advantage of emerging technologies and new business models. He joined Lux Research in 2005, and launched the company's biosciences, digital, technology foresight, and consulting services. Prior to Lux, he worked as a management consultant, technology analyst, and entrepreneur at Accenture, Forrester Research, and several startups. He guest lectures at the University of California Berkeley, and has previously served as chairman of the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce.

      Mark studied business at Mälardalen Polytechnic (Sweden) and the University of Texas at Austin, and studied and worked in neurology and bioengineering labs at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). He is an avid linguist, athlete, and Maker.


    Synthetic biology is a new set of tools and techniques for engineering biology. Its earliest applications were in biotech-related fields like medicine and agriculture, but today it’s being used to make new textiles, foods, and other consumer goods. In this presentation, InnovationLab’s Mark Bünger will introduce the key ideas and accomplishments in synthetic biology to date, and describe how it is now entering these new industries.


    Learning Objectives: 

    1. What is currently driving innovation in lab automation
    2. Learn about some of the key technologies we're seeing emerge in labs today

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