HONORARY VICE-CHAIRS
     
NATASHA VITA-MORE GREG BEAR

Currently President of Extropy Institute, Natasha Vita-More is Founder and Director of Transhumanist Arts & Culture, author of "Transhumanist Arts Statement" (1983) a manifesto of transhumanity, and CREATE/RECREATE: The 3rd Millenial Culture (2001).

More information:
http://www.natasha.cc

Author of more than 20 books, SF writer Greg Bear has received two Hugos and two Nebulas for his work. The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Science Fiction calls Bear the "best working writer of hard science fiction."

More information:
http://www.gregbear.com

     
KEN MACLEOD   ANTERO COELHO NETO

Scottish science fiction writer Ken MacLeod is known for exploring transhumanist themes set in socialist and libertarian futures in novels such as The Star Fraction (1995), The Stone Canal (1996),
The Cassini Division (1998) and
The Sky Road (1999). Ken is a recipient of the 1998 Prometheus Award.
More information:
http://kenmacleod.blogspot.com/

 

Antero Coelho Neto, M.D., is the director of the Quality of Life Institute, a non-profit organization for consulting programs in areas such as quality of life, preventive medicine and health promotion. He is also the author of more than 25 books and 400 articles on such topics as health, education, strategic planning and human resources.

More information:
http://www.secrel.com.br/
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MAX MORE   ROBERT FREITAS J.R.

Max More Ph.D., Chair of Extropy Institute, is an internationally acclaimed strategic philosopher who writes and speaks about the fundamental challenges of emerging technologies. In 1987 he developed the first European cryonics organization in Europe, Mizar Limited (now Alcor-UK). Dr. More founded Extropy Institute in 1988, and authored "Transhumanism: Towards a Futurist Philosophy" in 1990.

More information:
http://www.maxmore.com

 

Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Molecular Manufacturing, Robert Freitas Jr. has written more than 100 technical papers, book chapters and popular articles on a range of topics and most recently authored Nanomedicine, the first book on the potential medical applications of nanotechnology. In 2002, Freitas was a finalist for the Feynman prize in nanotechnology.

More information:
http://www.rfreitas.com
http://www.nanomedicine.com
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