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Chris Walker

Chris Walker

About the author:

Chris Walker is a Systems Engineer by trade and has become a seasoned writer over the last few years. A University of Cambridge graduate, he’s spent most of his career in the UK Defense Industry, working on the cutting edge of technology. Chris is excited by innovation, new ideas and systems for making things happen, which you can expect to be common threads through everything he writes here.


Posts by Chris Walker

The Plastic Problem

Posted on January 18th, 2016 in Chemical R&D

The environmental impact of manufacturing processes we implement and the materials we choose are often important factors in design and development projects. But the effect that any product we create has on the environment doesn’t stop when it comes off the Continue reading “The Plastic Problem” »

Getting Off To A Great Start

Posted on January 11th, 2016 in Chemical R&D

Whether you’re starting a new project, a new phase of work or a new year, getting off to a great start can make a real difference. Hitting the ground running and building, or maintaining, momentum is often easier said than done though. Continue reading “Getting Off To A Great Start” »

Finishing Well – There’s More To It Than You Might Think

Posted on January 4th, 2016 in Chemical R&D

As we’ve been approaching the end of the year, my mind has shifted from a focus on “keeping things moving” to “getting things done”. The end of the year is a natural breakpoint and a time which often coincides with our milestones or delivery Continue reading “Finishing Well – There’s More To It Than You Might Think” »

Advances In Biomedical Robotics In 2015

Posted on December 21st, 2015 in New Materials & Applications

Year on year, the use of advanced materials and robotics in the biomedical sphere is growing. In this post, I’m going to highlight three interesting developments from 2015 in the sector. Continue reading “Advances In Biomedical Robotics In 2015” »

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