Disrupt 2022’s climate tech and health tech sessions

Between the climate crisis and global pandemics, we’re living in remarkably fraught times. Undaunted by the magnitude of the challenges, Silicon Valley has been hard at work seeking to mitigate the threats, extend help to the overlooked, and prepare for a new kind of future. Some of the most promising and cutting-edge advancements in climate tech and health tech will be on display at Disrupt 2022, set for October 18–20 in San Francisco. 

For founders, engineers, VCs and leaders working to save the world, Disrupt 2022 will be a three-day festival of hope. There are tracks for both climate tech and health tech, with presentations, roundtables, startup exhibitions and networking opportunities in each part of the convention. Disrupt 2022 will have a huge list of distinguished speakers and sessions — check them out here:

  • Making Care Actually Work
    With Toyin Ajayi — co-founder and CEO, Cityblock Health
  • Extreme Tech Challenge Highlights
    Sponsored by Extreme Tech Challenge
  • From Point A to Point Unbelievable: How Buoy Health Scaled from Idea to Unbelievable AI Success Story
    Sponsored by Connection
  • How to Disrupt Any Industry with Longevity Science: No PhD Required
    With Erin Sharoni — chief product officer, Foxo Technologies
  • Tech-Driven Biology and Chemistry: Solving Science’s Hardest Problems at Scale
    With Jacob Berlin — chief executive officer, Terray; Peyton Greenside — CSO and co-founder, BigHat; Eric Zimmerman — Principal Healthcare & Life Sciences, Amazon Web Services
  • My Daughter the Cyborg
    with Jeremiah Robison — founder and CEO, Cionic
  • Breaking into the Healthcare Monolith: Strategies for Working with Payers and Providers
    Sponsored by InterSystems
    with Neal Moawed — Global Head of Industry Research, InterSystems
  • Saving the World: The Playbook for Building Planetary Health Unicorns
    with Arvind Gupta — partner, Mayfield Fund

TechCrunch Disrupt takes place in San Francisco on October 18–20 with an online day on October 21. Buy your pass now, and you’ll save up to $700 over full-price admission before prices go up October 15.