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South American series of Biohacking events coming in February

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#1 jroseland

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 07:39 PM


Since I meet so many people interested in Biohacking here in Medellin, Colombia, I'm organizing South America's first series of Biohacking events. Instead of doing a big launch with a steep cover charge, I'd like to make it a free, yet awesome series of events.
 
The aim of this series of events is to provide an informative presentation on a particular lifehacking topic, get people's hands on some actual biohacking tools and finally provide a social environment conducive to networking and cultural exchange.
 
I'm sharing this here on Longecity to, first of all, invite anyone who's going to be in Colombia in February to the event. Secondly, I'm planning on showcasing Dual N-Back brain training and HRV technology, if there's any other biohacking technology or products that I should consider showcasing, let me know! Finally, to provide details to anyone connected with news media in South America that wants to cover the event.
 
Here's the flyer
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Dates and Presentation Themes
Feb 11 Biohacking & 'Smart Drugs' Demystified 
Feb 18 Hacking Mindfulness with Technology
Feb 25 Lifehacking Self Control
 
For more details, please checkout the Facebook event
 
Presented in English, Spanish interpreters will be present. English teachers and students are welcome!
 
If you can't make it to South America, the event will be live broadcast on the Limitless Mindset Youtube channel, so subscribe here

 







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