Naveen Sinha uses analogies from cooking to teach science. He has served as Teaching Fellow for the Science and Cooking course at Harvard University, helping illuminate the science of cocktails, the mathematics of cookie recipes, and the physics of chocolate. As the first fellow for Harvard’s course, he worked behind the scenes to manage a team of a dozen teaching fellows, lead lab sections, and prepare samples for hundreds of hungry people who attended the public lectures. Sinha is currently working towards a Ph.D. in applied physics at Harvard. He also applies his data analysis skills at Fitbit to help people lead healthier, more active lives.