#343 – Dr. Nathan Myhrvold, Intellectual Ventures - Pizza In The United States Is What Convinced The World That Pizza Was A Great Thing

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In episode 343, we welcome our guest, Dr. Nathan Myhrvold, one of the most prolific inventors with over 900 U.S. patents awarded. He graduated high school at 14, studied under Stephen Hawking in college, became the first Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft, and is now the founder of Intellectual Ventures, where he focuses on tackling big questions.

 

 

In today’s episode, we start by talking about one of Nathan’s biggest passions – food! He’s written 2 James Beard award-winning cookbooks and is coming out with a three volume, 1,700-page book about pizza later this year. We walk through the science, stories, culture, and history behind pizza and get his advice on how to make the perfect pizza. Then we discuss the state of innovation in the U.S. and how he thinks we can fight some of the world’s biggest problems like climate change and combatting diseases.  

 

 

Please enjoy this episode with Intellectual Ventures’ Dr. Nathan Myhrvold.

 

 

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