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Tina Seelig

Special Guest

Biography:

Tina Seelig has a Ph.D. in neuroscience from the Stanford School of Medicine and is the executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, which is the entrepreneurship center at Stanford University's School of Engineering. In addition, Seelig teaches courses on entrepreneurship and innovation in the Department of Management Science and Engineering and in the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University. She frequently speaks and runs workshops for executives in a wide range of disciplines and has written several popular science books for adults and children.

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Past Shows:

Oil Secrets/ Creativity

In the first half, author Dr. Jerome Corsi discussed how Nazi chemists developed a series of equations during WWII which demonstrated that oil can be formed synthetically. In the latter half, Stanford University educator Tina Seelig, who has taught creativity to the brightest students and business leaders around the world, discussed how people can use creative problem solving to generate fresh... More »

Host: George Noory
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