Leonardo at 500: Future of Healthcare
“Talent hits a target no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.”
In the five hundred years since his death, few polymaths have matched the intellect, ingenuity and artistry of Leonardo da Vinci (1452 – 1519). Although more famous for iconic paintings such as The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa, it is in his Codices, where one can really appreciate his expansive vision and unparalleled skills in bridging art, science and technology.
Codex is proud to curate an event inspired by Leonardo’s detailed studies and intricate drawings of human anatomy and physiology. The theme of this event will be to examine the latest technologies in medicine and healthcare, whilst reflecting on Leonardo’s legacy.
The hallmark of Codex events are Codex Talks which are concise presentations, lasting 15 minutes (or less), in which the speaker addresses a challenging question faced by their technology or industry today and ends with a bold prediction for the future. Codex Talks are engaging, entertaining and elucidating. They give the audience something they can walk away with: valuable insights, actionable information, fresh perspectives, and renewed optimism.
Prof. Dr. Frank Fehrenbach, Leonardo Scholar, University of Hamburg
What can we learn from Leonardo that could help breakthrough innovation today?
Dr. Caroline Hargrove, CTO, Babylon Health
Prof. Dr. Raj Chopra, The Institute of Cancer Research