Posted Thursday, April 26, 2018 – 7:12 PM
By Laura Coleman
Nobel Laureates, global leaders, policymakers, industry executives, university presidents and medical researchers are among the 5,000 people expected to attend this year’s four-day Milken Institute Global Conference, which kicks off Sunday, April 29.
At the center of the conference’s 150 sessions spread across four days at The Beverly Hilton, where around 700 speakers will discuss some of today’s most pressing issues, is the driving question, “How can we really come up with solutions that can impact the world in the future?” explained Richard Ditizio, president of the Milken Institute.
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