Can inventiveness in science be taught?

In brief, TRIZ can indeed be helpful for science. And that is because of its inventive principles and the approaches of finding physical contradictions, which can build bridges of understanding between different scientific disciplines. But this approach is also interesting because by taking ourselves through the process of creation of TRIZ, we can teach inventiveness in science!

Read more: http://www.euroscientist.com/can-inventiveness-in-science-be-taught/#ixzz3mZt2VFSD 
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In brief, TRIZ can indeed be helpful for science. And that is because of its inventive principles and the approaches of finding physical contradictions, which can build bridges of understanding between different scientific disciplines. But this approach is also interesting because by taking ourselves through the process of creation of TRIZ, we can teach inventiveness in science!

For more information on this subject as TRIZ has been applied in the corporate world. See these presentations.

TRIZ at Samsung: http://www.slideshare.net/rplatt/the-corporate-innovator-samsung

TRIZ at Intel Corp (and others):  http://www.slideshare.net/rplatt/the-true-story-of-intels-deployment-triz-story-how-to-deploy-your-own-innovation-program-key-principlesfinal



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