At its core, this is a story about bonds: the various forces that hold together small particles and big ideas; the connectivity between large organizations and individual innovators; and even the bonds uniting marriage and family. It is essentially an innovation love story.
There’s a reason why comic books feature inventors as superheroes so often. Their abilities capture the imagination with innovations that do things that would resemble super-powers if performed in spandex or iron suits: super speed, super strength, super intelligence, super healing, supersonic flight, deepwater diving, limitless communication… Innovators lit the spark that turned Homo Sapiens into Homo Deus.
Ezekiel “Zeke” Kruglick, PhD, has spent his life inventing things that push the boundaries of what’s possible, from his Jet Propulsion Laboratory work that earned him a NASA Space Act Award, to his work with DARPA that he can’t talk about much, and on to his consulting work across multiple industries. He stopped counting his number of patents after 300, but he has been informed he is sitting between 800 and 1000 today, making him one of the world’s most prolific active inventors. And while he is known to favor outdoor gear over a cape, his inventive feats stand to improve innumerable lives.
When asked what kinds of inventions he’s come up with to save the world recently, several immediately come to mind. (read more)
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