Engineer, Advocate (Boulder, Colorado)
Nick Titus invented his first assistive device in high school. This open source wearable electrically simulated a patient's muscles to move in accordance with mental commands transmitted by an EEG headset. After winning most innovative hardware at Tech Crunch NYC 2017 and sharing his story at TedxCU, Nick leaned into the biohacking movement as a whole. He has since focused his efforts on leveraging emerging technology to address overlooked challenges in all aspects of biology. He now lives in Boulder, CO where he collaborates on multiple humanitarian-driven biotech projects.