San Diego Life Sciences 2030, in Pictures

Xconomy San Diego — 

It’s hard to believe, but eight days have zipped by since we held the big Xconomy event on the 20-year outlook for life sciences in San Diego. Sure, I already wrote up a little summary of what our great panel of speakers had to say at this event, but I admit I have been a little on the tardy side when it comes to posting the photo gallery.

For those who missed the earlier coverage, this event packed the house at Biogen Idec in San Diego, with about 175 people who came to hear from a stellar panel of speakers, to meet some of San Diego’s coolest life sciences startups, and to indulge in some high-level networking. The panel was moderated by John Mendlein of Fate Therapeutics,was was joined by Paul Schimmel of The Scripps Research Institute, Dan Bradbury of Amylin Pharmaceuticals, and Rusty Gage of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. We also heard brief 4-minute “burst” presentations from Ambrx, Helixis, Receptos, and VentiRx Pharmaceuticals.

While I was busy keeping everything on track and running with a microphone to get questions from the audience, Xconomy’s founder and CEO Bob Buderi snapped the images below on his digital camera. We heard a lot of feedback that people really enjoyed themselves, and I think they weren’t just saying that to be nice. If you missed the festivities, don’t worry, we plan to hold more events like this in San Diego.

But for today, click here to enjoy the photos. And next time, yes, I’ll try to get them posted a little sooner.

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