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Brian Hanley

Brian Hanley is the founder of Butterfly Sciences, a company developing gene therapies for aging. He has a range of papers in biosciences, economics, policy and terrorism, in addition to a recent text on radiation treatment. He obtained his PhD in microbiology with honors from UC Davis, has a bachelors degree in computer science, is a multiple entrepreneur and guest lectured for years to the MBA program at Santa Clara University. Brian brings a unique vision of the future woven from multiple disciplines tempered in decades of practical implementation.

"Pan-genomics! Let’s get real-world here. Graphs are just the start."   Ethical Technology  (Aug 3, 2019)

"Biohacking humans is not wise – Josiah Zayner’s “The Odin” - on Buzzfeed"   Ethical Technology  (Oct 26, 2017)

"Quantum Biology – Wandering where the edge is"   Ethical Technology  (Feb 22, 2017)

"Metformin, Gamma Rays or Chocolate?"   Ethical Technology  (Dec 26, 2015)

"Make Gender Reassignment Real - A Letter to Dr. Anthony Atala"   Ethical Technology  (Nov 10, 2015)

"Gene Therapy: What’s wrong with the software metaphor?"   Ethical Technology  (Oct 22, 2015)

"Ethics in Treatment With Telomerase"   Ethical Technology  (Oct 12, 2015)

"The Electronic Frontier of Longevity and Control"   Ethical Technology  (Sep 26, 2015)

"Death - The Cunning Frontier"   Ethical Technology  (Sep 20, 2015)

"Our Mind-Meld Future - WE are The Singularity"   Ethical Technology  (Sep 19, 2015)

Recent Multimedia
Could new gene therapies help us live for much longer?   2015-10-05

Brian Hanley Joins IEET Advisory Board; Kris Notaro and Roland Benedikter are new Affiliate Scholars (Sep 28, 2015)