From decentralised clinical trials governed by DAOs to tokenised IP on the blockchain, come to learn about the promise of DeSci.

From the first scientific letters to large scale infrastructure projects like CERN, scientists, governments and the public have been debating scientific reform. How can we improve quality of life with better, more inclusive science with less waste?

The phenomenal success of blockchain technology has catalysed a new interest in open standards, practical application of digital signatures and new ways of coordinating human behaviour. The DeSci movement has condensed this effort into a set of ideas and protocols that aim to revolutionise how science is funded, published, monetised and validated.

Learn about how to tokenise your IP, and how to incentivise key roles, such as providing data access, reviweing papers and participating in studies, and how to set you own research agenda!

Join us to look beyond the hype for the real potential of genuine reform.


17:30 – 18:00
Fleming Protocol – The health data economy

Fleming Protocol is an open-source data economy that fuels collaborative biomedical discovery by incentivising patients or hackers to work with labs, scientists, and academia

18:00 – 18:30
Huma Therapeutics – Decentralized Clinical Trials

Our Decentralized Clinical Trials platform can improve trial participation, diversity, engagement and efficiency, at scale

18:30 – 19:00
Traditional publication and funding models

18:30 – 19:30

19:30 – 20:30