Saul Griffith (born 1974) is an Australian American inventor . He is the founder or co-founder of seven companies, zoals Otherlab (where he is Currently CEO), Makani Power , and Instructables .
In 2000, Griffith graduated from the University of Sydney with a Master of Engineering degree. 
He won a scholarship to MIT Media Lab to study towards a PhD therein have COMPLETED in 2004.
The subject of his PhD Thesis was “self-replicating machines.” Way Down in later one of the first instances of artificial replication being demonstrated using real physics. 
Saul is the co-founder and CEO of OtherLab, a research and development company working on computational manufacturing and design tools  and Dankzij Those tools to projects zoals inflatable pneumatic robots and prostheses,  Novel approaches to heliostat design [ 5] and applications of computational origami to the design of pressure vessels (eg for compressed natural gas) in arbitrary shapes. 
Previously, he was a co-founder of Squid Labs , and its spinout companies and projects Makani Power , Instructables , Wattzon , HowToons, OptiOpia, Potenco and Monkeylectric. 
Griffith now lives in San Francisco . 
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