Sep 2, 2017

Katherine Jin and Keith Comito, Challenges In American Innovation

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

How do we make it in today’s crazy, alternative facts, almost alternative world–we get creative, we get INNOVATIVE. Here on ScIQ, we’re talking to two incredible innovators in medical sciences and human health.

Just in her 20s, Kathrine Jin was part of the team of Columbia University students who developed a low-cost, technology-driven solution to meet the urgent challenges posed by the Ebola crisis. She has been honored the United Nations in celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science for her part in the creation of Highlight, a patent-pending disinfectant solution.
Learn more about Kinnos here:

When he’s not working at MLB, Keith Comito works with his research group, LifeSpan I.O. in projects related to longevity or age related disease, and receive funds from contributors to fulfill their goals. Thanks to generous funding and awards towards life-changing research, Lifespan I.O. has currently completed 6 diverse projects, which you can find on Lifespan I.O’s website.
Learn about Lifespan I.O here:

This video is presented by Jayde Lovell, at Youtube Space NY. Written by Wandy Oritz, directed by Ingrid Nin, edited by Mashnoon Ibtesum at the YouTube Space NYC. Camera work by Alicia Weaver, Lisa McCullough, Genesis Moran and Mashnoon Ibtesum. Production Assistant: Jordan Yaqoob

Produced by Jayde Lovell and Wandy Ortiz.
Executive Producer: Bec Susan Gill.
ScIQ is a partner of the The Young Turks Network.

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