MIT Biotechnology Group

Lunchtime Discussion with Daniel Faggella: April 28, 2015, 1-2pm

April 28, 2015 1-2pm; Room 32-G531

Please join for a lunchtime presentation and discussion with Daniel Faggella. He will be discussing the ethical implications of emerging biotechnologies in the treatment of neurological conditions, and the brain-machine interface. Coffee will be provided. Space is limited so sign up fast!

Speaker Bio:


Daniel Faggella is the founder of Sentient Potential and TechEmergence, an internet entrepreneur, speaker, and author. His writing has appeared in TechCrunch, the Boston Globe, the Boston Business Journal, and much more. A graduate of UPENN’s Masters in Applied Positive Psychology program, Daniel’s mission is bringing attention and applied wisdom to the technologies that will intersect with human consciousness and the human experience. Dan’s presentations focus on startup marketing and the ethical considerations of emerging technology, including biotechnology. His writings on emerging technology have been contributed to various publications such as the World Futurist Society’s print publication, the Institute of Ethics and Emerging Technology, the Lifeboat Foundation, and more. For more information check out