February 27 - March 2, 2023
*all times are in the local time zone (MT)
Join this session to explore the emergence of digital science societies, the networks they create, and how their impact can be measured in ways that weren’t possible before.
This session is an exhibition of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) performing research and other scientific activities. The DAO exhibition includes communities working on social sciences, biotechnology, distributed compute, citizen science, and metascience.
This session is a conversation between scientists, developers, and DeSci skeptics as they explore if and how Web3 can stabilize and accelerate the scientific process.
Attendees will hear from researchers of the challenges they face, be introduced to functioning tools developed to solve these challenges, and will be confronted by the outstanding issues facing the decentralized science movement.
This session explores how engagement in DAOs can be driven without financial incentives. Join Rachel Rose from Opolis, Jonathan Starr from the Science Commons Initiative, and Morgan Stuart, M.D. from MedDAO to dive into novel incentive mechanisms for contribution.
Join this session to learn about the cutting edge of decentralized compute services for DAO engineers, workflows, and AI. We will hear from an all-star assortment of founders in the space, such as Bacalhau, Nevermined, Fluence, Gensyn, Blockless, and Algovera.
The capstone to DeSci Denver will be held at Schelling Point in the National Western Complex from 10am till just prior to the ETHDenver kick-off at 6pm. Expect to hear systems design for DeSci public goods, including new funding mechanisms, culture, inclusion, and diversity in digital spaces, and decentralized compute for DeSci communities.
You need to register for each of our partner venues in order to attend all the DeSci.Denver events.