Robert Lanza was named one of the 100 most influential people by TIME Magazine in 2014. He is a world renowned scientist from Boston, Massachusetts focusing on research areas such as stem cells and regenerative medicine. In this field, he hopes to provide therapies for some of the deadliest and debilitating conditions found around the world. Robert Lanza is also well known for developing the theory of biocentrism, a theory that explains how life and consciousness are the keys to explaining the true nature of the universe.
Currently, Robert Lanza stands as Chief Scientific Officer at Ocata Therapeutics, formerly known as Advanced Cell Technology. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Robert Lanza attended the University of Pennsylvania where he received both his B.A. and M.D. Lanza was also named a University Scholar as well as a Benjamin Franklin Scholar.
With over hundreds of publications and inventions, as well as over 30 scientific books, Robert Lanza is well known in the science world.
One of his most well known publications is a feature article that was published in The American Scholar in 2007 entitled “A New Theory of the Universe”. In this article, Robert Lanza explains how biology should be placed above the other sciences in an attempt to solve one of nature’s biggest puzzles to date: the theory of everything. This new theory of the universe became known as biocentrism.
Later in 2009, Robert Lanza published a book entitled, Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe. In this book, Lanza further discusses his new theory of biocentrism. He explains how space and time are forms of animal sense perception rather than external physical objects.
More recently, Robert Lanza has written another book entitled Beyond Biocentrism which takes his theory of biocentrism even a step further. Beyond Biocentrism is set to be released in April of 2016. With the book, Robert Lanza and his co-author Bob Berman plan to take the reader on an intellectual thrill-ride as they reexamine everything they believed they knew about life, death, the universe, and the nature of reality itself.
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