Modernist Cuisine’s Nathan Myhrvold shares how he captures and then photographs snowflakes.
In this interview recorded for the Net-Zero Nuclear Summit at COP28, Nathan discusses his path into the nuclear energy industry and the potential and challenges ahead for this indispensable source of reliable, carbon-free energy.
Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons — how do they emerge from the Upper Cretaceous period to end up in natural-history museums and private collections? Zachary Crockett talks with Nathan Myhrvold and other experts as he digs for answers.
Nathan Myhrvold is a voracious intellect: he enrolled in college at the age of 14, he has multiple degrees in mathematics, geophysics and physics, he helped build Microsoft as its Chief Technology Officer, and he has published 16 volumes of encyclopedic, visually arresting books. Martha is a longtime friend and admirer. She connects with him in his lab to talk about his latest book, Food and Drink: Modernist Cuisine Photography, and a range of other projects, from building nuclear reactors to perfecting pastry. Listen in as the sparks fly.
How ‘super panorama’ robotic rigs help photographer Nathan Myhrvold capture the northern lights in super-high resolution
In this captivating podcast episode, renowned entrepreneur and visionary Nathan Myhrvold takes us on a fascinating journey through his extraordinary life. From his groundbreaking contributions at Microsoft, where he played a key role in shaping the tech giant's success, to his unexpected foray into the world of cooking as a renowned chef and culinary innovator, Myhrvold's insatiable curiosity is revealed as the driving force behind his remarkable achievements. Delving even further into his diverse interests, Myhrvold shares his passion for paleontology and the thrilling adventures that led him to become an esteemed dinosaur enthusiast. Prepare to be inspired by the boundless curiosity that unlocked Myhrvold's fortune across multiple domains.
Visionary technology and business leader Nathan Myhrvold dives deep into some of the most pressing questions facing our world today, including the promise of technology, the perils of self-driving cars, interplanetary travel, and if we can reverse the effects of what we’ve already done to our planet.
In the Weekend Interview for the Wall St. Journal, Nathan Myhrvold outlines the possibilities for ‘geoengineering’ to cool the Earth and remove CO2 from the atmosphere.