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About the author:
Regina Javier has helped companies understand how and why people interact with digital applications and experiences for over 12 years. With a focus on delivering value through user experience and content, Regina has worked with senior leaders at industry-leading companies such as IBM, American Express, MasterCard, and RELX Group to bring technology products and digital customer journeys to market. After working for globally renowned marketing and technology agencies MRM/McCann, DDB Worldwide, and DigitasLBi, Regina joined Elsevier in 2010. Currently the Strategic Communications Director for Elsevier R&D Solutions, she is focused on creating value for research-intensive markets and regularly engages first-hand with the scientists, engineers, information managers, and R&D and manufacturing business leaders that Elsevier serves.
Posts by Regina Javier
Posted on April 11th, 2016 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
The term ‘Alpha’ has many meanings. It can be the first letter in the Greek alphabet, a socially dominant male animal, or even concepts in software development, physics and chemistry. Continue reading “Alpha Moments: Celebrating Chemical R&D and Manufacturing Innovations” »
Posted on March 25th, 2016 in Chemical R&D
Some days, chemical companies probably feel as though it’s raining regulations. The deluge of regulatory considerations, rushing in from all sides, and differing significantly from country to country can make it difficult for even the most diligent company to remain compliant. Continue reading “Time to Start Thinking Strategically About EHS Risk” »
Posted on March 24th, 2016 in Chemical R&D
Navigating a competitive market, chemical companies are trying to squeeze increased revenue out of new product development (NPD) while addressing health and safety concerns at all stages. Continue reading “Safety First in New Product Development” »
Posted on March 8th, 2016 in New Materials & Applications
Innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Much of the foundational support that furthers innovation down the line stems from academic research. Continue reading “4 Ways to Leverage Academia For Innovation” »