Human Freedom FTW (For The Win) is a series of salon events in The Bay Area and informative mini-docs produced by B.R.A.I.N.S. Each salon and short video has a topic relating to work that could cause fundamental changes to human life.
To attend this salon, invited guests pay what they can via Crowdtilt. We suggest a contribution of $20-$100 per person. You will only receive the address to the beautiful secret Oakland Loft location once you pledge what you can.
WHAT: B.R.AI.N.S. Salon: Human Freedom and Biology FTW. This salon we are joining forces with Berkeley BioLabs to bring together our friends closest to technologies that can fix human biology.
B.R.AI.N.S will be announcing our partnership with Berkeley BioLabs to build a revolutionary program called "Building Biological Machines" which will allow unlimited and open source access to scientists around the world to the parts they need to create useful biological machines. We will be sharing the beginning details of the program and inviting our friends to get involved at the ground floor. WHO: Invited Guests with a passionate interest, involvement or investment in technologies beneficial to fixing problems in human biology.
WHEN: Wednesday April 16, 7:30-9:30
WHERE: Secret Oakland Loft Location easily Accessible by Lake Merrit BART
HOW: Register Via Contributing to this Crowdtilt! The salon is run on contributions from the community. We suggest a pledge of $20-$100 per individual depending on your financial situation.
Due to space capacity, we only have 50 openings for April 16 and the event is by invitation only.
Only those registered via this Crowdtilt will receive the address and password to enter the secret location.
More About The Salon:
*Fulfilling Vegan and Gluten Free Friendly Dinner and some drinks provided. *The Goal is connect powerful creators to do amazing things for humanity. *Guests are encouraged to bring your own libations and to read this:
and this http://berkeleybiolabs.com/
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