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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

Renewable Energy In 2015

Posted on December 11th, 2015 in New Materials & Applications

It’s a commonly held view that the world is at a tipping point for renewable energy. Renewable sources are now making up a significant proportion of all new power capacity added around the world. Continue reading “Renewable Energy In 2015” »

The World Of 3D Printing In 2015

Posted on December 4th, 2015 in New Materials & Applications

With the end of the year rapidly approaching, now seems like a good time to look back, take stock and notice some of the technological advances that have been made this year. Today we’re going to focus on the world of 3D printing. Continue reading “The World Of 3D Printing In 2015” »

Prove You’re On The Right Track – Validate Your Ideas Early

Posted on November 30th, 2015 in Chemical R&D

When you’re working with new ideas, new technology and products on the cutting edge, it can be very easy to get carried away. Continue reading “Prove You’re On The Right Track – Validate Your Ideas Early” »

Learn To Be More Creative By Flexing Your Creativity Muscle

Posted on November 24th, 2015 in Chemical R&D

Creativity is a central trait of any good engineer or scientist. Although often overlooked, our ability to be creative is crucial in most of the work we do. From the mundane, day-to-day work to the big breakthroughs that everyone takes notice of, a creative approach underpins every step of the best technical minds. Continue reading “Learn To Be More Creative By Flexing Your Creativity Muscle” »

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