January 30, 2013
It all began in the 1990s when my children were in school. After long thought and much research, I finally figured out a potential way to help students in grades 6-13 learn science. My partner and I built a prototype that we demonstrated to a school in 1999. Five years later, we had evolved the software and content sufficiently to devote 100% of our time to improving science education through Internet technology. We have a patent, thanks to my brilliant, MIT-graduate daughter who is a top-drawer IP attorney, and a registered trademark (same thanks), Smart Science. I've been all over the country promoting this innovation and learning about others. My son and partner has been to many other countries as well. We're falling behind in science education worldwide and must look to technology innovation to find ways to recover. I'd like to play an important role in that quest.
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I'm a Caltech graduate and former university professor who has moved on to educational technology innovation in science education. I live in Manhattan Beach with my wife and partner, Jayne. I love science, cooking, and hiking in the mountains.
Shows great promise.