Driving Next-Generation Research Through Future-Focused Leadership

By Deborah Westphal The global research ecosystem is estimated to grow to 1.25 trillion dollars by 2025—and it is changing rapidly and dramatically. The hyper-connected web of business, government, academic, high-tech, and nonprofit entities is fueled by a diverse network of people dedicated to discovering new knowledge about ourselves and our world.  Who, what, where,…

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Purposeful Collaboration in Early-Stage Medical Research

The goal of The Karen Toffler Charitable Trust (KTCT) is to find solutions to humanity’s most difficult problems. But how do we find these solutions that have evaded us for so long, especially in the area of medical research? While great strides have been made by dedicated specialists in a wide variety of fields, many…

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Targeting Breakthroughs in Early-Stage Medical Research

Many of humanity’s most intractable challenges are also our most personally impactful. Issues like poverty, access to clean water, and education inequality threaten life around the globe. Among these critical human issues, medical challenges rank high. Our own health, and the health of our loved ones, is simultaneously an impactful concern for many of us…

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The Karen Toffler Charitable Trust Launches to Solve the Funding and Support Gap for Early-stage Medical Research

The Trust honors the legacy of Alvin and Heidi Toffler by supporting future-focused medical research Los Angeles, CA, June 18, 2020 — The Karen Toffler Charitable Trust (KTCT) is pleased to announce the public launch of its newly expanded organization. This evolution positions the nonprofit to provide financial and network support for university researchers innovating…

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