Andrew Snyder-Beattie is Director of Research at the Future of Humanity Institute, where he leads a number of research, policy, outreach, recruitment, and fundraising activities. His interests revolve around the protection of future generations, with a particular focus on existential risks, technological horizon scanning, and longer term biosecurity and non-proliferation issues. While at FHI, Andrew obtained over £4.2 million from grant-writing and spearheaded a number of collaborations with foundations, companies, and government bodies. Andrew’s writing has been featured in venues such as the Guardian, Ars Technica, and the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, as well as on the front page of Reddit. He has given many public lectures at academic and corporate events in more than half a dozen countries. He holds degrees in biomathematics and economics, and while working at FHI is simultaneously pursuing a doctorate degree in zoology at the University of Oxford.