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Engineers Need To Fail – And Fail Fast

Posted on November 6th, 2015 by in Chemical R&D

Chris Walker shows us why failing fast and spectacularly is essential to succeed in Engineering. Continue reading “Engineers Need To Fail – And Fail Fast” »

The Right Tools

Posted on October 29th, 2015 by in Chemical R&D

What will drive the chemical industry in advanced economies? How does the chemical industry add value for customers and what does it mean for new product development? Product and process innovation opens new markets, reduces waste and drives revenue. Not surprisingly, companies in the chemical industry are increasingly putting innovation on the top of their list of priorities. Continue reading “The Right Tools” »

You Have to Build It For Them to Come

Posted on October 29th, 2015 by in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence

What good is the most innovative product of the century if you can’t produce it at scale? When considering topics for this blog it was obvious from interactions with customers and industry leaders that innovation is perennially of interest. However, since statistics show that 95% of all new product development initiatives fail, bad ideas alone could not account for this significant failure rate. Continue reading “You Have to Build It For Them to Come” »

The Promise of Green Chemistry

Posted on October 29th, 2015 by in Chemical R&D

Read an excerpt from the Elsevier whitepaper, Green Chemistry Innovation: A New Era of Growth for Industry to discover how systems biology and systems chemistry enable a holistic view of a biological system that is more than it’s sum of molecular components. Continue reading “The Promise of Green Chemistry” »

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