HCP Co-Founders are Honored at Century of Genius Celebration

HCP Co-Founders Drs. Sanduk Ruit and Geoffrey Tabin attend the Einstein Legacy Project's Century of Genius Celebration

To celebrate the centennial of Einstein's Relativity Theory and to launch the publication of the 3D book, Genius: 100 Visions of the Future, the Einstein Legacy Project held a three day event to honor a Century of Genius. This star studded event brought together Genius contributors - including Drs. Ruit and Tabin - along with young Einsteins and dignitaries from around the world. Held in Montreal, Canada, September 7-10, the weekend highlighted three key events: the Innovation Youth Forum, Genius 100: Innovation Summit and The Dinner of the Century.

As contributors to Genius: 100 Visions of the Future, Drs. Ruit and Tabin were asked to speak at the Genius 100: Innovation Summit. During this speaker series, experts and leaders in the fields of science, technology, the environment, education, the arts, literature and global health took to the stage and and shared their innovative visions for the future. Held at the Masion Alcan in the Golden Square District of Montreal, the event also included presentations from Chief Executive Officer of Air Canada, Calin Rovinescu; Former Prime Minister of Norway, Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland; Pioneer in Integrative Medicine, Deepak Chopra; CEO of Crisis Text Line, CEO of Do Something Inc., and creator of Dress for Success, Nancy Lublin, plus many more.

The Dinner of the Century celebrated the life and legacy of Albert Einstein, honored great minds of our day, and aimed to inspire a new generation of young Einsteins and creative thinkers. The dinner also launched the first ever 3D book, Genius: 100 Visions of the Future. In the book, contributors each wrote one page on their vision for the future. Genius represents a collective vision of humanity, designed by renowned artist Ron Arad and is shaped in the likeness of Einstein himself.

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