19 October 17:35 — 18:20

Science fiction as an inspiration for biotechnology

Experts will attempt to demonstrate how science fiction and technology have inspired and influenced each other. They will give examples from the fields of nanotechnology and other advanced technologies, which have enabled visions of the future imagined by science fiction writers of the past to become reality, and they will also talk about breakthroughs which may soon allow us to create some of the technologies imagined by today’s writers. The discussion will focus on medical technology, one of the most important areas in applied science today.

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Track program

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Virtual vs Actual Office. Workspace and team overhaul
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13:15 — 14:00
Home Sweet Home. Domestic Tourism Rebirth and the Rise of TravelTech
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19 October
14:10 — 14:35
Start-up studios
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19 October
14:45 — 15:45
Senseful isolation. Emotions and feelings in HD
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19 October
16:00 — 16:45
Digital city and smart development. How the urban environment will change thanks to new urban technologies
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19 October
16:55 — 17:25
Festivals as a tool of enhancing popularity of engineering creativity
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