Disrupt 2022’s climate tech and health tech sessions • TechCrunch
Between the climate crisis and a global pandemic, we live in very worrying times. Undaunted by the scale of the challenge, Silicon Valley has been working to mitigate threats, help the underserved, and prepare for a new future. Some of the most promising and cutting-edge advancements in climate technology and health technology will be on display at Disrupt 2022 in San Francisco, October 18-20.
Disrupt 2022 will be a three-day festival of hope for founders, engineers, venture capitalists and leaders dedicated to saving the world. There are tracks in both climate technology and health technology, with presentations, roundtables, entrepreneurial exhibitions and networking opportunities in each section of the conference. Disrupt 2022 will feature a plethora of outstanding speakers and sessions – check it out here:
- Make care really work
With Toyin Ajayi — Co-founder and CEO of Cityblock Health
- Extreme Technical Challenge Highlights
Sponsored by Extreme Tech Challenge
- From point A to point unbelievable: How Buoy Health scaled from idea to incredible AI success story
Sponsored by Connection
- How to Disrupt Any Industry with Longevity Science: No Ph.D.
With Erin Sharoni — Chief Product Officer, Foxo Technologies
- Technology-Driven Biology and Chemistry: Solving Science’s Hardest Problems at Scale
With Jacob Berlin – CEO of Terray; Peyton Greenside – CSO and Co-Founder of BigHat; Eric Zimmerman – Head of Healthcare & Life Sciences at Amazon Web Services
- my daughter robot
With Jeremiah Robison – Founder and CEO of Cionic
- Breaking into Healthcare Giants: Strategies for Partnering with Payers and Providers
Sponsored by InterSystems
With Neal Moawed — Global Head of Industry Research at InterSystems
- Saving the World: Building a Playbook for a Planetary Health Unicorn
With Arvind Gupta — Partner at Mayfield Fund
TechCrunch Disrupt takes place in San Francisco from October 18th to 20th, with online day on October 21st. Buy your pass now and you’ll save up to $700 off full-price admission before prices go up on October 15th.