Date of publication: 17 March 2017

Juan Enriquez thinks and writes about the profound changes that genomics and other life sciences will bring in business, technology, politics and society. He is the managing director of Excel Venture Management, a life sciences VC firm, and founding Director of the Harvard Business School's Life Sciences Project. In the last 30 years, Juan Enriquez has overseen the rebuilding of the Mexican National Zoo, helped negotiate the Chiapas Peace Accords, delivered the first academic paper on mad cow disease to the UK's Royal Agricultural College, participated in a voyage to map biomass in the world's oceans, funded successful biotechnology startups and published a series of books that proved eerily accurate in their ability to predict economic and political trends.

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