Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Name Date Looking At the World Anew How we look at issues arising in our daily living determines the level in which we engage ourselves in looking for viable solutions. It thus causes the urge of not being consumed by concern but instead motivated by the new possibilities that have to arise from the issue. Innovation can be a great a tool in solving some of the problems perceived to be adverse by redefining our way of looking at the world. Some issues need just a little effort to think beyond what nature and will be able to see the world a new and free ourselves for the conscious that construct the problems we experience. Works Cited Howard Zaana MelisSenova and Gavin Melles."Exploring the role of mindset in design thinking: Implications for capability development and practice." Journal of Design Business & Society 1.2 (2015): 189. Li Ruizhi et al. "Carbon‐stabilized high‐capacity ferroferric oxide nanorod array for flexible solid‐state alkaline battery–supercapacitor hybrid device with high environmental suitability." Advanced Functional Materials 25.33 (2015): 5384. Wombles Robert H. and Melvin D. Kiser. "Developing coal tar/petroleum pitches." Essential Readings in Light Metals.Springer International Publishing 2016. 246. [...]
Essay Requirements and Topic Word Requirement: 250 - 500 words Topic: "No problem can be solved by the same consciousness that created it. We need to see the world anew." - Albert Einstein Identify a problem in the world of science or engineering that can be solved by looking at the world anew. Describe your solution. Please copy and paste your essay below.