SENS3 – still processing

I’ve been back from SENS3 for five days, and my brain remains scrambled. In reporting it I can only ramble – as evidenced by last Friday’s H+ Club weekly meetup in Tucson, where I exploited the SENS3 online meeting program to linearize my desultory observations before a nicely crowded Tubac Room.

As my brain floats back together, I’ll retro-blog the conference, starting with my first day in Cambridge, where I met up with world-champions against biological suffering while ramping up expression of socially helpful enzymes. Then we’ll move to the technical meat of the conference, the talks themselves, and interlace that with WKD-fueled world-saving intrigue between and after the talks.

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Richard Leis

Richard Leis is a writer and poet living in Tucson, Arizona. His poetry has been published in Impossible Archetype. His essays about fairy tales and technology have been published on Tiny Donkey and Fairy Tale Review’s “Fairy-Tale Files“.