FORA.tv Speaker - Saul Griffith

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Biography

Dr. Saul Griffith has multiple degrees in materials science and mechanical engineering and completed his PhD in Programmable Assembly and Self Replicating machines at MIT.

He is the co-founder of numerous companies including: Low Cost Eyeglasses, Squid Labs, Potenco, Instructables.com, "HowToons" and Makani Power. Griffith has been awarded numerous awards for invention including the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Collegiate Inventor's award, and the Lemelson-MIT Student prize. A large focus of Griffith's research efforts are in minimum and constrained energy surfaces for novel manufacturing techniques and other applications. Griffith holds multiple patents and patents pending in textiles, optics, nanotechnology, and energy production.

Griffith co-authors children's comic books called "HowToons" about building your own science and engineering gadgets with Nick Dragotta and Joost Bonsen. Griffith is a technical advisor to Make magazine and Popular Mechanics. Griffith is a columnist and contributor to Make and Craft magazines.

6 Programs

Climate Change and Us: What Does the Future Hold?

12.13.13 | 01:26:22 min | 0 comments

Saul Griffith - Advance Global Australian Awards Winner

06.15.12 | 00:03:19 min | 0 comments

Long Conversation with Jem Finer and Saul Griffith

10.16.10 | 00:19:38 min | 0 comments

Long Conversation with Saul Griffith and Emily Levine

10.16.10 | 00:19:34 min | 2 comments

Saul Griffith: Howtoons

05.23.10 | 00:26:25 min | 0 comments

Saul Griffith: Climate Change Recalculated

01.16.09 | 01:37:30 min | 9 comments