Greg Lambrecht is the founder and chairman of Coravin, the revolutionary wine preservation system that he invented which changed the way wine is served. A native New Yorker, he holds degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering from MIT. He also heads Intrinsic Therapeutics, focused on spinal disorders and another medical start-up. The serial inventor holds numerous patents.
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