Llewellyn is an entrepreneur from Gillingham, Kent, England. He founded LabLaunch, the leading biotechnology incubator network in Southern California, and BioBuilt, a firm that assists early-stage companies in building lab space.
Llewellyn received a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology at Cardiff University, before moving to New York City to perform postdoc research in neuroscience at Weill Cornell Medical College. Llewellyn is an adjunct professor at Keck Medicine of USC where he teaches translational biology and science communications.
"The greatest challenge to the future of humanity is to feed, fuel, and heal all people in an era of increasingly scarce resources. Only life itself has the power to sustainably address these needs, both on the evermore crowded Earth and the resource-poor environment of space."