You will be hard-pressed to find anyone with as much broad scientific knowledge as I have. This comes primarily from my innate intellectual curiosity and well as over ten years as a free-lance science and technology writer. Additionally, as an award-winning, multi-media artist (photo/film/video/new media) with over 30 years of experience, I bring a level of creativity to the table that few other innovators possess.
Since this is about my IP (Intellectual Process) it is thus also my IP (Intellectual Property) and as such is confidential. If you would like me as a TEAM member, I will happily share my techniques. If you want to know/learn my techniques, you'll have to contract me as a consultant.
Winning Solver (at InnoCentive.com): 'How to Augment a Camera to do more than take a Snapshot' (January, 2012)
'1st Place' - Alternative to Fear Challenge (HeroX.com) ; Identifying psychological states that encourage 'buy-in' for Climate Change action (essay/paper: 'Stimulating Generative Motivation for Achieving Collective Climate Action and the Next Big Social Project'); July, 2019.
Winning Solver (at InnoCentive.com): '2013 Innovations in Arms Control' (new information technologies to improve the arms inspection process; US State Dept. Bureau of Arms Control, May 2014)
Short-listed concept proposal (one of the top ten proposals out of 120 submitted proposals): 'The Economist Challenge - Envisioning and Designing the 21st Century Cyber School', June, 2009.
Two short-listed concept proposals for open innovation challenges for OpenIDEO.com:
'Knowing By Numbers' (ALERT Atrocity Prevention Challenge; USAID 'Tech Challenge'), Feb. 2013; 'Employing Youth through Big Data Analysis' (Clinton Global Initiative Challenge), September, 2014.
Winning Solver (at InnoCentive.com): [sole Honorable Mention] 'How to Identify and Spotlight Third Party Enablers of Mass Atrocities' (one of five USAID/Humanity United 'Tech Challenges'; February, 2013)
Winning Solver (at InnoCentive.com): 'What Disruptive Innovations Does Pharma Need to Discover Tomorrow's Drugs?' (December, 2012)