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BIOVISION: The World Life Sciences Forum

Lyon, France 13-14 April 2016 THE HISTORIC FRENCH city of Lyon was home to the 11th annual BIOVISION World Life Science Forum, organised by the Fondation pour l’Université de Lyon. The annual conference is widely recognised as one of Europe’s most important events in the life sciences field, and this year’s event was no exception.

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Why is Borneo burning?

Katie Lewis

In 2015, forest fires ravaged the Indonesian part of Borneo, leaving massive human and environmental problems in their wake. Katie Lewis looks at the economic drivers behind these fires, and asks broader questions about the tension between development and environmental protection

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Appropriately impatient: How to inspire true innovation

Rosemary Peters

Widely regarded as the ‘Father of MEMS’, Dr Ken Gabriel was recruited to the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency in 1992 to start the Agency’s MEMS programme. He then returned to lead the agency as Deputy Director in 2012, after successfully launching a MEMS microphone company that shipped more than 6 million units prior to being acquired by Bosch. Following a stint as a former Google Executive, Gabriel is now leading the Draper Laboratory. International Innovation’s Rosemary Peters caught up with Gabriel to ask him a breadth of questions, including his advice for entrepreneurs and how he encourages employees to be appropriately impatient so that they are empowered to create new technologies and innovations with speed

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