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Be a part of the conversation

Join the discussion at BioHack Melbourne on Facebook. Also keep your sights set on the Biohack Melbourne meetup group for opportunities to get your hands on some science with some experts in the field, and meet more of our supportive and passionate community members. Alternatively, send us a message through our contact form at the bottom of this page, and throw us a like on the BioQuisitive Facebook Page.


Andrew Gray


Aakanksha Chhikara


Glenn Campbell


Andrew finds it increasingly apparent that the values of the DIYbio and Biohacker movement BioQuisitive is a part of, can help address the challenges that life sciences in Australia is currently facing. These values such as accessibility, community, world improvement,  transparency and inclusiveness, are addressing these challenges from a bottom up, grassroots approach. It draws on the power of the many individuals that participate and become empowered, to then positively affect the lives of those around them. He hopes that BioQuisitive will one day help set a precedent to examine and improve the foundations and paradigms that support our current science ecosystem in order to usher in a new era of innovation and creativity here in Australia. 

Aakanksha has a rich experience that extends across industries (live streaming, wearable technology and robotics). She has built new products from the ground up or taken innovative products to market. In the last 7 years she has undertaken wide Business Development roles (including Product Management responsibilities) at Melbourne startups including having founded a company herself.

She brings with her to BioQuisitive the lessons from these dramatically different fields, collaborative leadership and facilitation, lean startup approaches, tech oriented self teaching, and more.

I want to work with CEOs and leadership teams to help them bring their one big projects to reality. I want to help them change the world.

For some time now I have been curious about how we all find and participate in our ‘one big project in life.’ The ‘one big project’ concept links back to one of Toyota’s founders, Kicchiro Toyoda, who challenged his people to consider the progress you are making towards this lofty goal. My perspective on this continually evolves. While driving innovation and culture change with diverse groups in international settings has been exciting, I now see these as pathways towards one’s major project.


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