Juan Enriquez is the founding director of the Harvard Business School Life Sciences Project, a widely published expert on topics from the technical (global nucleotide data flow) to the sociological (gene research and national competitiveness), a former member of Celera Genomics founder Craig Venter’s marine-based genetic data collection team, and former CEO of Mexico City’s Urban Development Corporation and chief of staff for Mexico’s secretary of state. In the past, he played a role in reforming Mexico’s domestic policy and helped negotiate a cease-fire with Zapatista rebels. Here’s his TED talk on genomics. I enjoyed it.