Hi! I'm Stephen.

I live in Totnes, Devon, UK...

...half an hour from Dartmoor, and half an hour from the South Devon coast.

Short bio in the third person

Stephen Reid is a teacher and technologist devoted to the flourishing of Life on Earth who has trained in the fields of complexity science, physics, software development, meditation, psychotherapy, plant medicine, conscious sexuality and political activism. He is currently teacher of the How to DAO, Tools for the Regenerative Renaissance, The Promise of Decentralisation & Introduction to Crypto & DeFi courses, and a member of the not-for-profit worker co-operative Dandelion Collective, where he leads the development of the Dandelion platform for ticketed events and co-created gatherings.

Previously, he was the youngest ever board member of Greenpeace UK and consulted for organisations including the New Economics Foundation, the Living Wage Foundation and 350.org. Stephen has an MPhys in Physics from the University of Oxford, where he specialised in quantum field theory, and an MRes in Complexity Sciences from the University of Bristol.

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Ancestry

32.1%
British & Irish
13%
Broadly Northwestern European
12.8%
French & German
5.5%
Broadly European
0.7%
Scandinavian
0.7%
Spanish & Portuguese
0.2%
Broadly South European
8.5%
Ashkenazi Jewish
11.1%
Broadly Central & South Asian
9.7%
Northern Indian & Pakistani (Maharashtra)
4.2%
Broadly Central Asian, Northern Indian & Pakistani
0.3%
Broadly Southern South Asian
1.2%
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Training and teachers

Soulcraft & Wild Mind

Shipibo plant dietas

Psychotherapy & coaching

Meditation

Conscious sexuality

Other

Physics

Complexity science

Burns

Maestra Ynes
Maestra Manuela

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Previous affiliations

Places and plans

Recent speaking engagements

Mar 2021
Charles Eisenstein on the Regenerative Renaissance
Dec 2020
Psychedelic Futures: The Pollination Approach
Nov 2020, University of Cambridge
Psychedelics and the Living Planet
Aug 2020, Medicine Festival
Tech for Good: The Promise of Decentralisation
Aug 2020, Medicine Festival
The Corporatisation of Medicine

Peer-reviewed research

Aug 2012, APS Physical Review E
Taxonomies of networks from community structure
Sep 2012, PLOS One
BSim: An Agent-Based Tool for Modeling Bacterial Populations in Systems and Synthetic Biology

Diet

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