THIS IS A PAST EVENT.
They Say It Can’t Be Done is a documentary that explores how innovation can solve some of the world's thorniest problems. The film, which spotlights experts associated with Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, tracks four companies on the cutting edge of technological solutions that could heal the seas, solve hunger, eliminate organ wait lists, and reduce atmospheric carbon.
Each organization featured in the film has the potential to solve some of our greatest challenges, but all face a common roadblock: a federal and state regulatory system that may be well-intentioned but could impede their pathways to success. Picking up on the documentary's theme, the panel discussion will examine this question: Is it time for the U.S. and other industrial powers to imagine a new regulatory system?
Join moderator and the Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Capitalism (CSC), Dr. Christina Elson, as she leads the discussion on optimism, innovation, and constraints with five distinguished principals from WFU and the film: Patrick Reasonover, Producer, They Say It Can't Be Done and CSC Outreach Affiliate; Dr. Anthony Atala and Dr. Julie Allickson, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine; Brandon Barney, Cofounder, Primary Ocean; and Dr. Stan Meiburg, Director, WFU Graduate Studies in Sustainability.
Registration is required to obtain the link for the webinar, to receive instructions to view the film on demand, and to submit questions to the panelists in advance. bit.ly/ItCanBeDoneWFU
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 5:00pmVirtual Event
School of Business, Administrative, Sustainability, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Academic Centers / Institutes, Center for the Study of Capitalism, MBA - Charlotte Evening, MBA - Charlotte Hybrid, MBA - Winston-Salem Evening, MS in Management, MS in Accountancy, Undergraduate, MS in Business Analytics (On Campus), Faculty/Staff, MS in Business Analytics (Online), MBA (Online), School of Medicine
Alumni, Staff, Students, First-Year Undergraduate Students, Faculty
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