The keynotes by Nathan Myhrvold look at an innovative way of cooking food. Nathan describes the science behind food by sharing cross-sections of food while it is being cooked.
Nathan earned both his doctorate in theoretical and mathematical physics and his master's degree in mathematical economics from Princeton University. His company Dynamical Systems was purchased by Microsoft, and he became the chief strategist and chief technology officer of the Microsoft Corporation. He is the founder of Intellectual Ventures, and he is a member of the United Way's Million Dollar Roundtable.
The keynotes by Nathan Myhrvold emphasize the importance of chefs using careful technique on food because no one dish should be more important than another. Nathan shares a new side of food that looks at the chemistry and physics associated with cooking.