The Eureka Myth Podcast

The year is around 225 BC, and an obscure scientist named Archimedes is preparing his evening bath. He places a foot into the water, and then it strikes him like a yet-to-be-invented freight train. “Eureka!“ was his famous exclamation. “I found it.”

I won’t go into what he found on that defining day for science, just to say that it laid the bedrock for centuries of discovery – and eventually gave us Newton and Einstein.

No, this passage is about “innovation”. What we think it means, what it may actually mean and then how we might achieve it…

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