At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Princeton professor and MBL Whitman Scientist Clifford Brangwynne advocated for philanthropy for the Marine Biological Laboratory and other institutions that are discovering and studying marine life.
“The technologies of tomorrow come from the discoveries in basic research today,” he said. “The ocean, with its incredible biodiversity — There are an enormous number of drugs and bio-evolved technologies to discover in this space.”
🌊 At #wef19‘s “Taking Action for the Ocean” panel featuring @algore and @Nina_Jensen, @EPrinceton prof. Cliff Brangwynne reaches out to ask about funding and innovation towards research and conservation efforts.
— Princeton University (@Princeton) January 25, 2019
Homepage photo: Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, a panelist at the World Economic Forum’s “Taking Action for the Ocean” panel.