Local Museum Showcases Innovation

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Local Museum Showcases Innovation

October 11, 2013

Tomorrow, Seattle’s Museum of Industry & History (MOHAI) is launching the Bezos Center for Innovation, an exhibit which explores how one city has become a nexus of big ideas that have shaped not only the Pacific Northwest, but also helped change the world. The grand opening will feature tours, presentations, and performances by some of Seattle’s most innovative individuals and organizations, and we are proud to be included. 

Intellectual Ventures’ Global Good invention, the Vaccine Cold Chain Device, will be on display, as well as an interview on the risks and rewards of investing in invention with our founder and CEO, Nathan Myhrvold. 

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