Want an invite to our reception featuring Richard Browning? Do not comment here, instead Go here… We are returning to San Diego Comic-Con with another set of panels, plus a reception on July 20, where we will be featuring an appearance by exosuit inventor “Iron Man” Richard Browning. Below are the panels currently slated for the #SDCC2017 stage. To be emailed with schedule updates, submit your info here. Our SDCC panels have now gone live on the Comic-Con site! The State of Iron Man Tech Thursday July 20, 2017 2:00pm – 3:00pm Room 32AB Tony Stark and the technologies he creates are a part of modern lexicon. Mainstream publications like The Atlantic run articles like “Everyone Wants Elon Musk to Be Tony Stark,” and Musk himself admits that some of his inventions are modeled after Stark creations. While Musk has yet to build a flying exosuit or a J.A.R.V.I.S.-style assistant, others have. Some of these inventors will join moderator Steve Broback (Dent the Future, LLC) to discuss their innovations — ones that could have come straight out of Stark Industries. Panelists include inventor and TED speaker Richard Browning (founder of Gravity.co), who actually flies via his jet engine-powered suit, along with Chris Gerty (informatics subsystem team lead, NASA – Johnson Space Center), Adam Draper (founder & managing director, Boost VC), and Zoë Bell (stunt woman and actress). The Lazarus Pit Gets Real Friday July 21, 2017 4:00pm – 5:00pm Room 28DE The Marvel and DC (and other) universes universally feature age-inhibiting “renewal elixirs” in their storylines. Nick Fury, Black Canary, and Batman are among the scores of characters who have reversed or delayed the aging process. Thanks to rejuvenation biotechnologies being developed by people like Bill Maris (founder, Section 32) and physician Joon Yun (president of Palo Alto Investors), the Lazarus Pit, Vigoral, Super-Soldier Serum, Extremis serum, Infinity Formula, and Pym Particles are now no longer fantasy concepts. Remarkable progress has been made in extending the life spans of animals and, soon, humans. This panel will cover the latest in anti-aging and cognitive enhancements.