First of all, thank you so much for taking the time to read this newsletter. I really hope it brings value to you and is a means to stay in touch with each other.
I’m S 🧠FIA, an ambitious teenager building innovative projects with Synthetic Biology and Artificial Intelligence. Just for growth, I also innovate at The Knowledge Society, host the 2045 Podcast, write articles, and read. Here's a brief story of what I did in May. Click on the images to find out more :)
Current fertilizers have a huge environmental impact. Our mission: leverage the plant microbiome to create an efficient biofertilizer that is transmitted vertically between crops.
Dedicated to the experts, innovators, and mentors who made a huge impact on me this month. Thank you! 🙌
Jasmina, you showed me the particular need for storytelling in the biotech industry. I'll make sure to put that into practice with my current projects. Thank you for all the advice!
Your story as a "non-scientist" CEO is inspiring to me. Thank you for helping me understand the cell ag industry better, Arturo. Your passion for fermentation was so contagious that I'm diving more into it 👀.
I identified myself so much with your constant exploration and curiosity of exploring allegedly impossible ideas. I will practice engineering my serendipity and getting my ideas out there by building stuff. Thank you Cyrus!
Within synthetic biology, I've been fascinated by the idea of GROWING anything. Biofabricate works with biotech startups innovating this sector. This is a comprehensive review of biomaterials as a whole.
GROW. LEARN. BUILD
The opposite of courage is not cowardice, but complacency. Therefore, I think: courage = dissatisfaction + committing to the best option + action