Hat-tip to Laura for introducing me to Futures in Biotech @ twit.tv. The May 3rd 2007 interview with Larry Smarr is about the scaling-up of our internet connections and what it will mean for computing, biotech and life in general. Smarr is working on the next generation of internet infrastructure and says that the gigabytes/second PC connections already available to certain scientific institutions (e.g. CERN) and parts of Japan will be ubiquitous in a decade. Wrooom.