Gilad Gomé is a researcher and entrepreneur in biotechnology, fascinated with how industry, academy, and governments are dealing with the rapid changes happening in life science. He is an adjunct Lecturer for bio-innovation at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) and a researcher at the media innovation lab (miLAB) where he is creating new bio-interfaces using robotics and smart materials. He is also the co-founder of miroculus, which is developing non invasive cancer diagnostics, and founder of the Zika Rapid diagnostic, a non profit focused on open sourced diagnostics protocols. Gilad will present at SynBioBeta OpenLH, an open sourced Liquid handing platform. Gilad is a Singularity University GSP 13′ alumni.