Watch: George Takei Visits IV Lab and Modernist Cuisine
November 17, 2014
November 17, 2014
To get a better picture of what’s happening within the wonderful world of invention, sometimes it’s nice to sit back and watch. View a few of our favorite videos highlighting the intellectual property business, science and research, and next-generation inventors. New this week: Actor and author George Takei chronicles his experience visiting Intellectual Ventures Laboratory and Modernist Cuisine's Cooking Lab.
Modernist Cuisine — Kitchen or Lab?
George Takei takes you on a quick tour of IV Lab and the Modernist Cuisine kitchen, where he “savors the flavors with visionary technology leader Nathan Myhrvold.” Learn how cooking can be an art, a science, and place for innovation.
Invention Capital at Work
Start-up company CF Global invented a process for turning coffee cherry pulp cast off in the harvest of coffee beans into a nutritious and tasty flour. Watch how Intellectual Ventures is helping CF Global transform the world of coffee from farm to table.
Think Again: What is Invention?
At Intellectual Ventures, we believe invention sparks progress and inspires the inquisitive. See how IV, our customers, and our partners are creating opportunity through invention.
What Makes a Person an Inventor?
It may sound trite to say that “inventors change the world,” but indeed, they do. Dating back to the first tool to the next generation of nuclear energy, inventors push the boundaries of science, industry and society.
Adriane Brown, IV’s president and COO, describes the importance that patent quality has on invention and the tech industry.
We met with Adam recently to discuss what brought him to IDM, his hopes for the future, and how collecting snails in China convinced him to pursue a Ph.D. in Epidemiology.Read More
We’re featuring our favorite quotes from IV founder and CEO Nathan Myhrvold’s recent talk at the Science|Business Horizon2020 conference in Brussels.Read More
In today’s “Failing for Success,” we take a look at a few of Thomas Edison’s failures, which ultimately became footnotes of his wildly successful career.Read More