2019 Innovator Symposium
October 24 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
What’s the role of super-resolution microscopy in studying Alzheimer’s? What can we learn about the earliest stages of heart disease? How can artificial intelligence help people make personal decisions? What will healing therapies look like in the future? The experts asking – and answering – these questions are among the featured speakers at our 2019 Innovator Symposium.
Save the date for this free public event!
Thursday, October 24 from 6:30-8:30pm
Featured speakers/presenters (more to come!):
(Interested in presenting? Contact Joshua Schuler at email@example.com)
Peter Blake, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology and Director of the Social Development and Learning Lab at Boston University
Adrienne Card, Merrimack Valley Apiaries
Ned Kirkpatrick, Head of Microscopy, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
Aimee and Noel Poirier, Collective Healing Center
Molly Scannell, multimedia artist
Stanley Shaw, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Science Officer, One Brave Idea
Snejina Zacharia, Founder and CEO, Insurify.com
Conor Walsh, Ph.D., Gordon McKay Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard School of Engineering
Acera’s annual Innovator Symposium is a free community event that showcases these scientists and inventors – and their groundbreaking work – for people of all ages to enjoy. Last year, more than 150 kids, adults, researchers, and tinkerers attended to explore the worlds of neuroscience, nanomaterials, 3D printable clothing, and wearable biometric technology.
There are no assumptions about what content is “too old” or “too young” for attendees at this unique and interactive event; children and adults alike can meet and speak with leading scientists. It’s one of the many ways Acera makes science accessible to all ages and learning styles, and makes connections to innovations happening in the real world.