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Synthesis: How to make sense of your design research
BIBLIOGRAPHY 00:55 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 01:34 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 77. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 01:44 Interaction Design Foundation (n.d.) 'Methods to help you define synthesise and make sense in your research'. In: Design Thinking: The Beginner’s Guide. Available at: https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/essential-design-thinking-videos-and-methods [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 02:02 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 78. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 02:38 Interaction Design Foundation (n.d.) 'Methods to help you define synthesise and make sense in your research'. In: Design Thinking: The Beginner’s Guide. Available at: https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/essential-design-thinking-videos-and-methods [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 03:00 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 77. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 03:16 Interaction Design Foundation (n.d.) 'Methods to help you define synthesise and make sense in your research'. In: Design Thinking: The Beginner’s Guide. Available at: https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/essential-design-thinking-videos-and-methods [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 04:05 Cooper-Wright, M. (2015) Design Research From Interview to Insight: Part Two, Synthesising Insight. [Online] Medium. Available from: https://medium.com/design-research-methods/design-research-from-interview-to-insight-f6957b37c698 04:15 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 80. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 04:32 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 04:49 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 05:13 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 80. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 05:30 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 06:06 IDEO (2015) The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design (1st ed.). [Online] p. 81. Available from: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 29 March 2018]. 06:20 Koskinen, I. (2004) 'Empathic Design in Methodic Terms'. In: I. Koskinen, K. Battarbee and T. MattelmäKi (eds). Empathic Design: User Experience in Product Design. [Online] IT Press, p. 63. Available from: http://www2.uiah.fi/~ikoskine/recent_books/EmpathicDesign/Empathic_design.pdf 06:29 Kolko, J. (2010), Abductive Thinking and Sensemaking: The Drivers of Design Synthesis. Design Issues. [Online] 26(1), 15-28. Available from: http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.tees.ac.uk/stable/20627839 [Accessed 31th March 2018]. 06:41 Koskinen, I. (2004) 'Empathic Design in Methodic Terms'. In: I. Koskinen, K. Battarbee and T. MattelmäKi (eds). Empathic Design: User Experience in Product Design. [Online] IT Press, p. 64. Available from: http://www2.uiah.fi/~ikoskine/recent_books/EmpathicDesign/Empathic_design.pdf 07:00 Cooper-Wright, M. (2015) Design Research From Interview to Insight: Part Two, Synthesising Insight. [Online] Medium. Available from: https://medium.com/design-research-methods/design-research-from-interview-to-insight-f6957b37c698
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Meet UX Designers at Google
Meet some of our UX Designers who are at the synthesis of design and development by taking Google's most innovative product concepts and bringing them to life in an effort to push the boundaries of user interface and design. Learn about their team culture, work, and what makes UX design at Google so exciting. Learn more about design at Google and check out open jobs → https://goo.gl/DJyCdC Subscribe to Life at Google for more videos → https://goo.gl/kqwUZd Follow us! Twitter: https://goo.gl/kdYxFP Facebook: https://goo.gl/hXDzLf Google Plus: https://goo.gl/YBcMZK #LifeAtGoogle
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Building Synthesis
Build With Synthesis! Engineering Design and Product Development With Creativity and Invention. We are at your service to help with your next design or consulting project. https://www.synthx.com/
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Product Synthesis
Redpine Signals's Product Synthesis optimizes time to market and significantly reduces development costs for the device maker.
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The Art of Chemical Synthesis
The Center for Selective C-H Functionalization (CCHF) is leading a paradigm shift in the art of organic synthesis by bringing together experts from across a broad range of chemical disciplines. This collaborative network has an equally broad geographical distribution, with institutes from across the United States. http://nsf-cchf.com
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Total Synthesis of Reserpine - R.B. Woodward
Please consider supporting the channel on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/SupremeScience Dr. Andrew Grant covers the Total Synthesis of Reserpine as described R.B. Woodward. Enjoy! Music by the wonderful Nathaniel Schroeder. https://soundcloud.com/drschroeder © ® The Nobel Foundation.
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synthesis of benzhydrazide from methyl benzoate. (An UG Lab Exp.)
This Is The Demonstration of An Undergraduate Laboratory Experiment: Organic Chemistry.
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Product Development Control Review--Is Product Development Control Worth The Money?
Click here to visit the official Product Development Control website: http://yupurl.com/5h5gpw this short video is about my Product Development Control review. The Harsh Truth Is Product Development Takes Time, Knowledge And Practice To Create Truly Great Products. The Reality Of It All Is Without Prior Product Planning And Development Your Project Is Set To Fail From The Start. If you liked my Product Development Control review click here to learn more: http://yupurl.com/5h5gpw Product Development Control Product Development Control review Product Development Control reviews Product Development Control scam Product Development Control discount product reviews review entertainment information product reviews http://youtu.be/yHNSm4EGmsI
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Conducts research, analysis, synthesis, and experimentation on substances, for such purposes as product and process development and application, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and improvement of analytical methodologies: Devises new equipment, and develops formulas, processes, and methods for solution of technical problems. Analyzes organic and inorganic compounds to determine chemical and physical properties, utilizing such techniques as chromatography, spectroscopy, and spectrophotometry. Induces changes in composition of substances by introduction of heat, light, energy, and chemical catalysts. Conducts research on manufactured products to develop and improve products. Conducts research into composition, structure, properties, relationships, and reactions of matter. Confers with scientists and engineers regarding research, and prepares technical papers and reports. Prepares standards and specifications for processes, facilities, products, and tests.
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Additive Manufacturing 101: How the Future of Product Development and Manufacturing is Changing
Presentation discusses how additive manufacturing can help designers create better products and gets products to market faster and cheaper. Additive manufacturing technologies allow design and manufacturing engineers the freedom to design for function rather than be constrained by designing for manufacturing. Jon Cobb, Stratasys, Inc. Innovation Video Briefs
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Qingdao Huaye model 2016 technology products (real estate articles) synthesis
number:18254284817 Email: [email protected] Website:http://membercenter.made-in-china.com If you are interested in our models, please send enquiry to me to get the latest catalog and pricelist! Product Detail architectural scale building model making factory 1.material:ABS plastic, acrylic,wooden,metal ,PMMA 2.scale size:1/50.1/100.1/200.1/500.1/1000.1/2000.1/5000 etc . 3.MOQ:1 set 4.supply type:OEM,ODM both available 5.export market:singapore,turkey,brazil.congo.nigeria.thailand etc 6.unique design and modern style 7.good quality with competitive price 8.prompt delivery and best after service Company Information Easter Ground Group model 24 years dedicated to real estate, industrial machinery, model, model design and model Planning Exhibition materials research and development and production, modeling, good model! Company Information Qingdao Huaye model (English Eastern Ground Model, referred EGM) was established in 1992,is a collection of international architectural model design, production, materials research and development model one of the professional model of the company. Currently many provinces and cities in the country, with branches overseas, is the largest urban planning model and the overall product development and custom providers. Eastern Ground model now has eleven domestic branches, three overseas. Set up branches in Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Chongqing, Chengdu, Xi'an, Changsha, Taiyuan, Qingdao, Hohhot, Changchun and other cities, and are provided with independent overseas offices in Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Australia and New Zealand; 2007 established Huayeinternational Trade Co., Ltd. Jianxin. So far, China has been gradually formed wild Beijing as the center, based on local, global radiation transnational business network, became the first Chinese to make the country a professional model agency. The company mainly engaged in: real estate sand table, architectural models, landscape garden models, industrial business model, Pavilion Exhibition, urban planning and other products, in particular, enjoy a high honor in architecture and urban planning model products. Since its establishment, Eastern Ground model involved in the production of many world-class, well-known projects such as: 2008, Beijing National regional planning park Olympics, Shanghai World Expo Landscape Planning and Chinese Pavilion programs, overall planning of Beijing, China National Grand Theater, the National East internationally renowned world's tallest building "Dubai Alfatar", the world's first seven-star hotel "Burj Al Arab" and so on; Midwest cooperation area planning, transit plaza Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Wang building and other domestic hundreds of classic model project construction project model. Meanwhile, Chinese wild use their own strategic advantage, and actively expand the brand values are established Chinese wild green environmental art design company. Collection of Beijing, Shenzhen and other places of environmental art, interior design, architectural design, the industry's top talent, is now the "Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall," "Jiangsudongtai Planning Exhibition Hall," "Jiangsudongtai museum", "Fujian Longyan Planning Museum" "Guangrao planning Museum" and many other government projects from design to landscape display model making integration services. Eastern Ground model served the real estate business nearly a thousand, and with Wanda, Vanke, ocean, first, the Pearl River and other well-known housing prices established long-term cooperative relationship. Two decades, China has been wild multi-industry and customers recognized, has won the "China model industry's most influential brand", "quality and credibility of dual protection model", "brand of choice for customer satisfaction" and other awards, and in 2009 passed the ISO9001 quality management system certification.
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Industrial implementation of the ammonia synthesis -- How does it work?
In September 1913, the first industrial-scale ammonia production plant came on stream at BASF in Ludwigshafen. The Haber-Bosch process for ammonia synthesis, which was first successfully operated at BASF Ludwigshafen in September 1913, was the decisive step into the age of mineral fertilizers. This innovation became a key driver in the development of the industrialized society and is still securing the nutrition of billions of people today. The foundations for the "Synthesis of ammonia from its elements" were laid by Professor Fritz Haber from 1904 onwards with his work at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. The industrial upscaling of ammonia synthesis entrusted by BASF to Carl Bosch in 1909, however, initially raised unforeseen problems. Because the high-pressure process required pressures and temperatures considerably exceeding those that had so far been technically possible. The first plants couldn't stand the strain and its steel reactors burst. Bosch the chemist, who was experienced in metallurgy, closely studied the metals that had been used and finally identified the cause: the hot, highly pressurized hydrogen was taking the carbon essential for strength out of the steel walls, making them soft and simultaneously brittle. Bosch overcame this challenge by fitting the inside of the apparatus with a thin lining of low-carbon soft iron and drilling holes in the pressure bearing steel wall. This allowed the hydrogen that had penetrated into the material to escape without causing damage. This innovative high pressure technology required further components that were not available anywhere, and had to be designed and tested within the company. BASF established the chemical industry's first material testing facility for this purpose in 1912. The reactor of the newer ammonia production plant in which the synthesis gas mixture reacts over a catalyst bed at above 400 degrees Celsius and more than 150 bar pressure to produce ammonia, has a 15 centimeter thick wall of high-strength steel. Its advanced alloy resists the pressurized hydrogen, making the legendary casing unnecessary today. The raw material used to generate the synthesis gas is also different today: in the first few decades of the Haber-Bosch process, a large number of employees prepared a bed of glowing coke and passed steam over it. Today, ammonia plants use natural gas as a feedstock and energy source, which also makes up the lion's share of the production costs. At Ludwigshafen site, the ammonia production is the second largest natural gas consumer after the company's own power generating plants. As in the early days, the necessary nitrogen is obtained from the air supply and, for a change, costs nothing at all. More in our Science around us news service: https://www.basf.com/en/company/news-and-media/science-around-us/fertilizer-out-of-thin-air.html We create chemistry. Read more at http://www.basf.com
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Organic Chemistry's Future is Now – EasyMax - Product Introduction – METTLER TOLEDO – en
Organic chemists have been performing synthesis in organic chemistry the same way for over 50 years. Today's business environment is driving the need to increase R&D productivity to levels historically unachievable by round bottom flask workflows. EasyMax is a chemical synthesis reactor that allows organic chemists to run reactions from 1ml to 200 ml in a variety of reactors from -40 °C to 180 °C. https://www.mt.com/us/en/home/products/L1_AutochemProducts/Chemical-Synthesis-and-Process-Development-Lab-Reactors/Synthesis-Reactor-Systems.html?GLO_YT_Autochem_OTH_Youtube_Autochem The ability to discover new synthetic pathways in a timely manner is limited, due to the fundamental shortcomings associated with traditional methods. A critical parameter which cannot be investigated with traditional synthesis techniques is reaction temperature, which is not often optimized due to time pressures associated with development. Traditional synthesis techniques lack control capabilities and hinder the pace of development when expanding experimental evaluations to other critical process parameters such as stirring, pH, and dosing rate. Innovative chemistry to develop process conditions and breakthrough molecules, which enable safe and economically viable processes, is what chemists are continually searching for. New techniques are necessary to develop better chemistry and execute more successful experiments due to the increase in molecule complexity, high scale up confidence, and shorter timelines required by industry. Methods used to expand research and development of optimized process conditions and innovative molecules are effectively used by researchers today: • Controlling parameters to avoid impurity formation during a guanidine reaction • Identifying the ideal operating conditions for a successful triflation reaction • Inline reaction rate meter tracking a two-step lithium borohydride reduction • Central composite Design of Experiment (DoE) for guanidine reaction scale-up
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Looking to optimize Clock Tree Synthesis (CTS) in ASIC design?
Watch this video to know how eInfochips helps in m2m IoT application development with low power clock tree synthesis (CTS) optimization in ASIC back-end solution platform. This visual covers: • Why is CTS needed? • How is CTS helpful? • How to optimize CTS? • How to overcome challenges while implementing CTS eInfochips (An Arrow Company) can help tech companies to solve CTS implementation challenges in their ASIC design requirement by leveraging a highly-efficient and skilled ASIC design processes. We have subject matter experts to work on a highly challenging product design and development requirements. Our expertise helps semiconductor & product companies to shorten their Time-to-Market, even while addressing challenges related to Power, Timing, and Area. For more information, email us at [email protected]
Design and Innovation (MSc), DTU
With an MSc degree in Design and Innovation, you will be equipped to participate in and head innovation and development activities in industry, services, and public-sector organizations. The study programme focuses on equipping the students with the competencies required for carrying out engineering tasks with emphasis on design. Therefore, the MSc programme comprises both technical-scientific and social science disciplines and is characterised by an academic competency that combines: - A socio-technical understanding of products and systems in their social and technical context - A creative synthesis competence relating to social, technical, and aesthetic aspects - A reflective technical-scientific competence, qualifying the MSc student to participate in the technical development Find additional information at: http://www.dtu.dk/english/Education/msc/Programmes/design_and_innovation
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Filament PD uses Fusion 360 as a comprehensive product development solution
Filament PD, a product development company in Glasgow on their transition to Fusion 360 as a comprehensive product development solution. Head over to www.filamentpd.com to see some more examples of projects designed on Fusion 360. ► Get Fusion 360 | http://autode.sk/11CfIDv SUBSCRIBE | http://autode.sk/11vxXeD FACEBOOK | http://autode.sk/19jII5A TWITTER | http://autode.sk/19jIJXc GET STARTED | http://autode.sk/2tA5QMg
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Chemical Synthesis Without Round Bottom Flask With Synthesis Workstation
http://www.mt.com/global/en/home/products/L1_AutochemProducts/Chemical-Synthesis-and-Process-Development-Lab-Reactors/Synthesis-Reactor-Systems/optimax.html?cmp=smo_GLO_YT_LAB_OTH_Youtube_LAB_ Chemical synthesis done without a round bottom flask with synthesis workstations. OptiMax synthesis workstation redefines how organic chemists do chemical synthesis and takes R&D to a level previous unattainable. OptiMax synthesis workstation does not need an ice bath, heating metal, cryostat or round bottom flask for organic chemistry.
How to Define A Problem Statement & Your Product's Story | Sarah Doody
An elevator pitch is not enough. Your product must have a great story -- a specific problem that you are solving for a specific set of people. Writing this story is hard -- and not, it's not a list of the UX features. In this video, I share an exercise on how to write your product's story. ==================== LEARN MORE ABOUT UX ==================== Are you a UX designer? Get my free weekly UX Newsletter: + http://www.theuxnotebook.com + Join me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/uxnotebook + Tweet me: http://www.twitter.com/sarahdoody + Visit my website: http://www.sarahdoody.com ==================== UX COURSE: FEB 2017 ==================== Want to learn more about how to do more user research as a part of your UX process? Sign up to be the first to know when my UX Research Fundamentals course is available: + Join the course waitlist: http://www.userresearchfundamentals.com ===================== ABOUT SARAH DOODY ===================== Sarah Doody is a User Experience Designer and Product Strategist based in New York City. As a designer, Sarah works helps new companies assess their idea, understand their customers, and design their MVP. For companies with a product already in market, Sarah helps optimise their user experience through metrics, research, and her years of product design knowledge. In addition to consulting, Sarah publishes a popular weekly newsletter, The UX Notebook, and writes regularly for the design community. Sarah also teaches on UX and previously created the curriculum for and taught General Assembly’s first 12-week UX immersive. When not thinking about design, Sarah is training for her next marathon or planning a trip to explore a new part of the world. Get my free UX newsletter, invites to live training and exclusive discounts on my courses: + http://www.theuxnotebook.com
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Well-Design: How to use empathy to create products people love - Jon Kolko,  at USI
Information and subscription on http://www.usievents.com Most companies consider strong product management to be the “glue” that holds together products. Modern startups have proven that industry disruption is possible not by focusing on adding features or improving sales, but instead by providing deep, meaningful engagement to the people that use the products or services. Design leverages a certain way of thinking that ensures products have emotional appeal and a strong market fit. In this talk, you’ll learn how to apply that process yourself. Follow USI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/USIEvents Follow USI on LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/13Ls21Y Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/19sPpSp
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11-9041.01 - Biofuels/Biodiesel Technology and Product Development Managers
Define, plan, or execute biofuels/biodiesel research programs that evaluate alternative feedstock and process technologies with near-term commercial potential. 11-9041.01
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SAMHSA's Recovery Support Strategic Initiative, CODI, & PATH and HMIS
This video features three presentations focusing on SAMHSA's Recovery Support Strategic Initiative, the Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders Knowledge Synthesis, Product Development & Technical Assistance (CODI) contract, and finally concludes with a presentation on the alignment of PATH data with the U.S. Housing and Urban Development's Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). A. Kathryn Power, M.Ed. is the Director of the Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), an operating division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). CMHS provides national leadership in mental health promotion, mental illness prevention, and the development and dissemination of effective mental health services. Director Power leads a staff of professionals in facilitating the transformation of our nation's mental health care system into one that is recovery-oriented and consumer-centered, and serves as the lead for the Recovery Support Initiative. (visit this PATH Resource to find out more about SAMHSA's Eight Strategic Initiatives: http://pathprogram.samhsa.gov/Resource/SAMHSAs-Eight-Strategic-Initiatives-48914.aspx). Next, Deborah Stone, Ph.D., Social Science Analyst, Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), SAMHSA and Onaje Salim, LPC, MAC, CCS, Public Health Advisor, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), SAMHSA provide an overview of the CSAT/CMHS Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders Knowledge Synthesis, Product Development & Technical Assistance (CODI) contract. Interesting updates provided on contract activities, including opportunities for joining innovative Learning Communities (visit this PATH Resource to find out more about SAMHSA's CODI program: http://pathprogram.samhsa.gov/Organization/Co-Occurring-Disorders-Initiative-CODI-533.aspx). Finally, a two-part presentation draws on the expertise of two individuals whose work will impact PATH data reporting and collection as the program moves towards integrating the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) as its tool for PATH program data collection and reporting. Julie Hovden is a Program Analyst in HUD's Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs. Ms. Hovden's primary areas of responsibility are implementation and project management of the electronic grants management system, HMIS policy development, and coordination of technical assistance activities. Bernie Bluhm, M.Ed., has been involved in social work and program management since 1976. Since 2007, Mr. Bluhm has been the State PATH Contact for New Hampshire. In addition to his role as State PATH Contact, Mr. Bluhm also provides oversight for two of New Hampshire's three Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) grants, and is the grantee representative for the New Hampshire Homeless Management Information System. The presentation addresses how PATH data aligns with the U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development's (HUD) Data and Technical Standards and the implications for the PATH Annual Data Report followed by small group, round table discussions. A facilitated discussion follows the presentation aimed at obtaining feedback about the updated PATH Annual Data Report (visit this PATH Resource to find out more about HMIS and PATH: http://pathprogram.samhsa.gov/Channel/Homeless-Management-Information-Systems-HMIS-136.aspx).
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Human-Centred Design Research Synthesis: 2X2 Matrix
Produced by: Kevin Wijaya MA Digital Experience Design Hyper Island Manchester Music by: Birocratic - Sombre, Green Timecode References: 0:31 - (Lund and Tschirgi, 1991) 0:59 - (Sanders and Dandavate, 1999; Koskinen and Battarbee, 2003; Sleeswijk Visser et al. 2005) 1:15 - (Bill Nicholl, 2017) 1:27 - (McDonagh-Philp and Bruseberg, 2000; Creswell, Hanson, Clark Plano and Morales, 2007) 1:43 - (C. Care, personal communication, 23 March 2018) 2:30 - (Designkit.org; Lowy and Hood, 2004; The K12 Lab Wiki) 8:00 - (Designkit.org) References: Bill Nicholl. (2017). Empathy as an Aspect of Critical Thought and Action in Design and Technology. Critique in Design and Technology Education, pp.153-171. Creswell, J., Hanson, W., Clark Plano, V. and Morales, A. (2007). Qualitative Research Designs. The Counseling Psychologist, 35(2), pp.252-255. Designkit.org. (n.d.). Design Kit. [online] Available at: http://www.designkit.org/resources/1 [Accessed 24 Mar. 2018]. Koskinen, I., Battarbee, K., and Mattelmäki, T., (2003). Empathic design, user experience in product design. Helsinki: IT Press. Lowy, A. and Hood, P. (2004). The Power of the 2 x 2 Matrix: Using 2x2 Thinking to Solve Business Problem. John Wiley & Sons. Lund, A. and Tschirgi, J. (1991). Designing for people: integrating human factors into the product realization process. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 9(4), pp.496-500. McDonagh-Philp, D. and Bruseberg, A. (2000). Using focus groups to support new product development. Institution of Engineering Designers Journal, 26 (5), 4–9. Sanders, E.B.-N. and Dandavate, U. (1999). Design for experiencing: new tools. In: C.J. Overbeeke and P. Hekkert, eds. Proceedings of the first international conference on design and emotion, 3–5 November 1999, The Netherlands: Delft University of Technology, Delft, 87–92. Sleeswijk Visser, F., et al. (2005). Contextmapping: experiences from practice. CoDesign, 1 (2), 119–149. The K12 Lab Wiki. (n.d.). 2X2 Matrix. [online] Available at: https://dschool-old.stanford.edu/groups/k12/wiki/29e5a/2X2_Matrix.html [Accessed 24 Mar 2018].
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Catalyzing Sustainable Innovation Through Molecular Design and Synthesis
In the world of chemistry, there are many roads that can lead to your desired end product. Researching the synthetic route less traveled can lead to some amazing results. Join us for this special broadcast from the Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference as Brian Laird and Anthony Rappé discuss how their interdisciplinary research presents new approaches to designing and using catalysts that eliminate hazardous materials while minimizing waste and conserve resources (raw materials, water, energy). What You Will Learn A review how innovative computational design and synthetic exploration techniques are addressing critical sustainable design and development issues faced by the chemical industry Discoveries and methodologies for using modeling, synthesis, reactor engineering, kinetic studies, and life-cycle assessments to minimize environmental impact of catalytic processes The importance of multidisciplinary teams, day-to-day incorporation of sustainability into scientists’ work, and communication/outreach as part of the research process
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Chemical Synthesis Without Round Bottom Flask with Reactor – OptiMax Product Introduction – en
For over 50 years, chemists have been doing organic synthesis in fundamentally the same way. Running reaction with cumbersome oil and ice baths, or bulky cryostats, make the process labor intensive, error prone, and sometimes dangerous. Today's business environment is driving the need for cost-competitive R&D. Making timely, correct decisions is important to complete projects faster, and to bring new products to the market first. OptiMax chemical synthesis reactor redefines the way organic chemists do synthesis, and takes R&D productivity to a level previously unobtainable. https://www.mt.com/us/en/home/products/L1_AutochemProducts/Chemical-Synthesis-and-Process-Development-Lab-Reactors/Synthesis-Reactor-Systems.html?GLO_YT_Autochem_OTH_Youtube_Autochem OptiMax chemical synthesis reactor doesn't need a round bottom flask, ice bath, a heat mantle, or a cryostat. It's easy to operate, and allows chemists to run reactions from -40 – 100 °C in a variety of different reactors, from 250 ml to 1 L. OptiMax is operated with a smart, intuitive touch screen, making training unnecessary. Setting temperature of stirring speed is simple. Thanks to the large, illuminated window, the chemist can observe changes in the reaction at any time. Detailed experiment information is stored and displayed as the experiment proceeds. OptiMax makes nighttime productive too. Experiments can be programmed for completion safely around the clock, and data logging ensures that nothing is missed. OptiMax is reliable; it provides accurate, reproducible, and information-rich data. Experiments and results become traceable, enabling the development of safe, scalable, and robust processes, while reducing the number of experiments required. OptiMax is part of METTLER TOLEDO's platform of chemical synthesis reactors, developed by organic chemists, for organic chemists. It's versatile, improves personal safety, and is fun to work with. Chemical synthesis is performed without a round bottom flask with chemical reactor systems. OptiMax synthesis chemical reactor system redefines how organic chemists do chemical synthesis and takes R&D to a level previous unattainable. OptiMax chemical reactor system does not need an ice bath, heating metal, cryostat, or round bottom flask for organic chemistry.
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Custom Chemical Synthesis
GVK BIO specialises in delivering required quantity of chemical substances with superior quality and within agreed delivery timelines. With systematic product development methodology and proven delivery capabilities, we can handle complex chemical synthesis projects requiring fast turnaround times with succinctly communicated results. know more here: http://bit.ly/2pcSqaq
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Calypto high-level synthesis, RTL power optimization and functional verification
Calypto® Design Systems family of products enables ASIC, SOC and FPGA designers to quickly create fully-verified, power-optimized RTL for downstream synthesis and physical design. With Calypto's Catapult High-Level Synthesis products, designers have the option of using SystemC or C++ to dramatically shorten the design cycle by producing correct-by-construction, error-free, PPA optimized RTL. Calypto's PowerPro product line enables users to analyze both static and dynamic power usage at RTL and either automatically or manually create a power optimized RTL that includes memory and leakage power optimization. The SLEC family of products formally verifies the complete RTL without the need for time consuming simulation and complex testbenches. The end result is dramatic reduction in time to market with up to 60% reduction in power usage. Contact Calypto: Mathilde Karsenti Marketing Programs Manager | Calypto Design Systems 1731 Technology Drive, Suite 340, San Jose, CA 95110 c: 503.970.7410 Stuart Clubb US FAE Manager | Calypto Design Systems 8005 SW Boeckman Rd, Wilsonville, OR 97070 w: 503.685.1859 | f: 503.685.7832 | c: 503.701.6915 | www.calypto.com Rob Eccles Field Applications Engineer| Calypto Design Systems 1731 Technology Drive, Suite 340, San Jose, CA 95110 w: 408.477.8170 Filmed at the ARM Techcon 2013 using the Tiffen Steadicam Merlin 2 with arm and vest: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6rO_hBC7RA
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From DNA to protein - 3D
This 3D animation shows how proteins are made in the cell from the information in the DNA code. To download the subtitles (.srt) for this site, please use the following link: https://goo.gl/Ew7l69 and for more information, please view the video and explore related resources on our site: http://www.yourgenome.org/video/from-dna-to-protein
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Advanced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
There are a number of challenges that the industry faces in order to transition towards more competitive, systematic and efficient manufacturing. Regulatory authorities have recognized the deficiencies of pharmaceutical product manufacturing and aim to enhance process understanding through Quality by Design (QbD) and Process Analytical Technology (PAT) tools. As a result of this current effort to change the mindset in order to mimic the rest of the chemical industry, an additional transition is becoming more and more appealing: transition from batch to continuous production mode. However, continuous manufacturing requires detailed process understanding in terms of the evolution of all critical material properties as a function of its operating parameters and environmental conditions. Once process knowledge is translated into models, computer aided dynamic simulation tools will allow the design, analysis and optimization of continuous integrated processes. In this talk I will discuss the work that has been done in my lab towards the development of an integrated platform that will enable the efficient flowsheet simulation and analysis, the assessment of design alternatives, the feasibility analysis of the production line, and the control and optimization of process design and operations. The developed flowsheet model includes modules for all the necessary unit operations, namely powder feeding, mixing, roller compaction, tablet press and milling integrated to represent a tablet manufacturing line. Models used to represent each unit operation vary from empirical, first-principle or hybrid. Population balance models are developed in order to track the composition and particle size changes throughout complex powder processes dynamically. The developed flowsheet simulation is used to predict the propagation of upstream disturbances to final product quality, the assessment of recycle stream benefits, the identification of process integration bottlenecks and evaluation of different control strategies in order to retain the process within its design space. In addition, global dynamic sensitivity analysis is performed to identify critical process parameters not only within each unit operation, but also between different processes. Finally, simulation based optimization techniques enable the identification of the optimal operating conditions, as well as the optimal design sequence which leads to pharmaceutical tablets with desired characteristics. This work aims to merge knowledge, experience, experimental results and modeling tools for developing a dynamic simulation platform that will enable the safe implementation of the transition towards continuous pharmaceutical manufacturing. Biography: Marianthi Ierapetritou is a Professor and Chair in the Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. Dr. Ierapetritou’s research focuses on the following areas: 1) process operations; (2) design and synthesis of flexible production systems focusing on pharmaceutical manufacturing; 3) modeling of reactive flow processes; and 4) metabolic engineering with focus on biopharmaceutical production. Her research is supported by several federal (NIH, NSF, ONR, NASA) and industrial (BMS, J&J, ExxonMobil, Honeywell, Cardinal Health) grants. Among her accomplishments are the Outstanding Faculty Award, the Rutgers Board of Trustees Research Fellowship for Scholarly Excellence, and the prestigious NSF CAREER award. She has more than 180 publications, and has been an invited speaker to numerous national and international conferences. Dr. Ierapetritou obtained her BS from The National Technical University in Athens, Greece, her PhD from Imperial College (London, UK) in 1995 and subsequently completed her post-doctoral research at Princeton University (Princeton, NJ) before joining Rutgers University in 1998.
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Kurt Leland: Invisible Worlds - Psychic and Spiritual Development
Annie Besant was a passionate advocate of the Third Object of the TS, which involves the exploration of unknown laws of nature and the spiritual powers latent in humanity. Based on Madame Blavatsky's esoteric teachings, Besant developed a set of principles designed for safely pursuing this Object. Differentiating between occultists, who pursue psychic development, and mystics, who pursue spiritual unfoldment, she provides guidance and support for whichever path we may be called to follow. 2014. Available on DVD at: http://questbooks.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=2697&search=Invisible+Worlds&description=true&category_id=59&sub_category=true
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Shortfails in tradtional product  design methodology-AMIE-AD301-Fundamentals of Design&Manufacturing
Short fails in traditional product design methodology-AMIE-AD 301-Fundamentals of Design&Manufacturing Unnamed engineering change control A sequential process of product development Isolated engineering design and uncooperative attitude Lack of real standardization redesigning parts again and again A poor mesh with manufacturing process and capabilities
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Cocaine production in Colombia
Watch full documentary on DocsOnline https://goo.gl/a0FLIL or on our OnDemand Vimeo channel https://vimeo.com/ondemand/thecocaineroute By buying this documentary you help us making these videos. Feel free to share our work! THIS FRAGMENT OF THE DOCUMENTARY "THE COCAINE ROUTE" IS FOR PROMOTION PURPOSES ONLY. WE DO NOT OWN THE MATERIAL EXCLUSIVELY, BUT HAVE A LICENSE CONTRACT FOR INTERNET STREAMING. If unavailable in your territory, or if you are interested in other license requests (feature movie, television, documentary, commercial...), please contact us: [email protected] STORY Cocaine production and trade are extremely high risk businesses. Nevertheless, in the past decennia, cocaine has become increasingly popular around the world. How does this drug get from the producer to the consumers? For the last 40 years, Colombia has been the green heart of global cocaine production. The camera records the journey of the processed cocoa leaves from the jungles of Colombia to uptown Paris, resulting in dangerous situations and expressive footage.
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Synthesis & Retrosynthesis - Part 2
A short introduction to the idea of retrosynthesis and its application in organic chemistry. Working backwards from the target as well as forwards from the starting material enables the development of effective synthetic routes more quickly and efficiently.
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What's new in Simcenter Sysdm 14 & System Synthesis 14 - Taking control over the MBSE process
Loig Allain, Product Line Sr. Manager - Simcenter Sysdm software and Simcenter System Synthesis software, explains how SImcenter Sysdm and Simcenter System Synthesis 14 help integrate model-based systems engineering (MBSE) in your organization. www.siemens.com/simcenter
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Analysis, Synthesis & Design of Chemical Processes Realistic Interview, Viva Voce
Ignore text-bookish interview videos, where you are just a ring-side observer. Instead, engage yourself in realistic professional interviews at www.InterviewMax.com. These are the type of interviews you must face, and pass – if you want to ensure a successful career in line with your hard-earned qualifications. In InterviewMax professional interviews, you are a participant and involve yourselves. You feel the heat of the interview, and experience the consequences!!! This interview (Chemical Process Synthesis Interviews) has been extracted from the ‘Chemical Engineering Interview Simulator and Trainer’ that has 50 topics and over 5100 questions embedded into the Interview Simulator. For example, Conceptual design of chemical process, Unit process in organic synthesis, Dryden’s Outline of Chemical Engineering, Chemical Process Design, process development, development of new process, development of particular process, overall process design, hierarchy of process design, onion model, approach to process design, choice of reactor, Reaction path, types of reaction systems, reactor performance, idealized reactor models, reactor concentration, temperature, pressure, phase, catalyst, choice of separator, Separation of heterogeneous mixtures, separations of homogeneous mixtures, distillation, azeotropic distillation, absorption, evaporation, drying, distillation sequencing, Distillation sequencing using simple columns, heat integration of sequences of simple distillation columns, distillation sequencing using thermal coupling, optimization of reducible structure, Heat Exchanger Network And Utilities, Energy targets, composite curves, heat recovery pinch, threshold problems, problem table algorithm, process constraints, utility selection, furnaces, combined heat and power, integration of heat pump, integration of refrigeration cycles, overall heat exchanger network and utilities, Safety And Health Considerations, Fire, explosion, toxic release, intensification of hazardous materials, attenuation of hazardous materials, quantitative measures of inherent safety, overall safety and health considerations. The Interview Simulator & Trainer helps every Chemical Engineering Professional to respond meaningfully on the spot – in job interviews, viva examinations, technical presentations, client interactions etc. Want to know how it can transform your life? Visit www.InterviewMax.com. Attend your next interview or viva examination with an undue advantage! This simulator gives you the realistic professional interview experience – any number of times, until you reach the level of interaction that is required by your dream job. It is customisable! You can choose the specific topics for each of your interview/viva examinations from: Advanced Materials, Chemical Engineering Design, Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, Chemical Process Synthesis, Chemical Process Safety, Chemical Process Technologies, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Corrosion Engineering, Food Technology, Mass Transfer, Membrane Technology, Piping Design & Engineering, Process Instrumentation & Control, Heat Transfer, Process Equipment Design, Particulate Technology, Chemical Process Calculations, Bio-Chemical Engineering, Speciality & Fine Chemicals, Catalyst Science & Fluidization, Environmental Engineering, Refinery process Design, Petrochemical Processes, Process Dynamics & Control, Process Modelling & Simulation. Petroleum Reaction Engineering, Renewable Energy Sources, Mechanical Operations for Chemical Engineers, Electronics Engineering for chemical engineers, Computer Engineering for chemical engineers. Reliability Engineering, Project Management, Engineering Habits of Mind, Critical Thinking, 21st Century Skills, Product Design Methodology, Energy Conservation, Engineering Economics, Engineering Ethics, Ergonomics & Human Factors, Safety, Responsibility & Rights, Industrial Relations, Office/Factory Management, Operations Research, Production Management, Engineering Marketing, Behavioural Science, Finance for Engineers, Quality Assurance, World Class Manufacturing of chemical equipments and accessories. (Each of the above topics contains 80 to 110 questions.)
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A chemical synthesis
Why do new medicines need to be developed? Combinational chemistry. Discover: Watch the following short clip about the development of a new drug. Pay particular attention to the stages involved in the development. What are the stages in a chemical synthesis? 1. Separate product from reaction mixture. 2. Work out quantities of reactants needed. 3. Purify the product. 4. Risk assessment. 5. Choose suitable equipment and reaction conditions. 6. Measure yield and check purity. 7. Choose the reaction or series of reactions. How did you do? 7. Choose the reaction or series of reactions. 4. Risk assessment. 2. Work out quantities of reactants needed. 5. Choose suitable equipment and reaction conditions. 1. Separate product from reaction mixture. 3. Purify the product. 6. Measure yield and check purity. Experimental techniques - NHT. What do these techniques do? 1. Dissolving. 2. Filtration. 3. Evaporation. 4. Crystallisation. 5. Drying in oven or dessicator. Experimental techniques. 1. Dissolving – helps the reactants to mix and therefore react easier. 2. Filtration – separates product from the rest of the reaction mixture. 3. Evaporation – removes the excess water. 4. Crystallisation – the solid product is formed from a saturated solution. 5. Drying – removes any remaining water. Discover - Making a soluble salt. Follow the instructions for AC6.9. Label the diagram sheet. Answer all of the questions. Wear goggles at all times. Key skills Read and understand texts and take appropriate action.
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Synthetic Biology:  Engineering Microbes to Solve Global Challenges - Jay Keasling
https://www.ibiology.org/bioengineering/engineering-microbes/ Dr. Jay Keasling discusses the promise of biological systems to create carbon-neutral products for a range of applications, including fuels, chemicals and drugs. Dr. Keasling discusses the application of these principles to the development of a microbial platform for the synthesis of artemisinic acid, which has helped stabilize global supply of this anti-malarial drug. He also discusses additional applications of these techniques to fuel production, and discusses some of the current challenges and possible solutions facing the metabolic engineering community. Speaker Biography: Jay Keasling is a Professor of Chemical engineering and Bioengineering at the University of California, Berkeley, an Associate Laboratory Director for Biosciences at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and also chief executive officer of the Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBIE). He received his PhD in Bernhard Palsson’s lab at University of Michigan, and was a post-doc with Arthur Kornberg at Stanford University. The Keasling lab focuses on the bioengineering of microorganisms, to enhance biofuel extraction from plant biomass and improve environmental clean-up strategies. Of Dr. Keasling’s numerous honors, his most recent notable awards include the Heinz Award for Technology, the Economy and Employment (2012), the George Washington Carver Award (2013), and the ENI Renewable Energy Prize (2014). Dr Keasling was also elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in 2014.
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Fischer Tropsch process | Synthesis of Petrol
Optimum conditions: Feed stock: Water gas + Hydrogen Catalyst: Co-100 parts, magnesia-8 parts, Th-5 parts Temperature: 250°C Pressure: 5-10 atmospheres Process: Petrol in this process is obtained in 2 steps as follows 1- Production of synthesis gas 2- Hydrogenation of synthesis gas A) Production of synthesis gas Steam is passed on red hot coal to obtain water gas C + H2O(g) [CO + H2] Coal steam water gas Thus obtained water gas is subjected to hydrogenated to obtain synthesis gas. C + H2 [CO + 2H2] Water gas synthetic gas B) Hydrogenation of synthesis gas 1- Synthesis gas is subjected to hydrogenation to a chamber called Convertor. 2- Here, synthesis gas undergo hydrogenation in presence of various catalyst to produce Alkanes as follows n{CO + (2n + 1)H2 } hydrogenation CnH2n+2 +H2O 3- Products of hydrogenation are sent into fractional distillation column for separation of various fractions. 4- Thus obtained Petrol is known as Synthetic Petrol
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CATIA 6 download
CATIA 6 download http://catiav6.cad-software-download.eu/ CATIA V5.17 strengthens the integration between 3D electrical harness design and documentation, further reducing design to manufacturing cycle time for the automotive and aerospace industries. This release further increases CATIA Machining NC programming and simulation efficiency to significantly reduce overall manufacturing process time. 3DCS Variation Analyst CAA V5 Based (3DCS for V5) is an integrated software solution in CATIA V5 that simulates product assembly and part tolerance 3D stack-ups through Monte Carlo Analysis and High-Low-Mean (Sensitvity) Analysis. CATIA, powered by Dassault Systèmes’ 3D EXPERIENCE platform, delivers: Mechanical Design Product Synthesis Analysis Infrastructure Web-based Learning Solutions Shape Design & Styling Equipment & Systems Engineering Machining CAA-RADE (the most complete set of tools, guides and APIs that supports the development process, from the initial product definition to the final product packaging) Caution: By increasing the stack size value, CATIA performance will decrease due to the increased usage of system memory. The recommended setting for this option ranges between 15-20. The maximum stack size value is 99. We also offer CATIA V6 training. CATIA V6 redefines CAD from the purely physical product definition and expands it in to a more functional product definition. We will show you the way that CAD design of the future will work. CATIA is a modeling program geared toward the modeling of industrial objects, but it can be used for much more than just that. Its function relies on the use of waves and NURBS for the base of its functions. Unlike many other programs, CATIA does not rely on a single function of meshing, which relies entirely on flat surfaces giving the impression of curves, instead it relies on a system of nurbs which take the average of those edges for a truly smooth surface. The system allows for a higher level of precision than other methods. Instead of polygonal modeling, CATIA relies on dimensional sketches which make measuring and resizing the object much more accurate. With a system based on these parameters, exporting becomes quick, easy, and surprisingly light as each individual file understands a large number of nurbs.
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Beyond Cloning: 101 Uses of gBlocks® Gene Fragments
In addition to a standard gene synthesis service, IDT offers a novel, rapid, and reliable method to build and clone the genes you need at a fraction of the cost of full gene synthesis services. gBlocks® Gene Fragments are double-stranded, sequence-verified DNA blocks of length 125--750 bp. Their high sequence fidelity and rapid delivery time make gBlocks Gene Fragments ideal for a large range of synthetic biology applications. In this video, Dr Adam Clore reviews a variety of uses of gBlocks fragments, including CRISPR-based genome modification, qPCR and HRM controls, and the assembly of gene fragments using the Gibson Assembly® Method. About the presenter: Adam Clore, PhD manages the Synthetic Biology Design and Support group at IDT and is involved in synthetic biology product development, research, and biosecurity. Dr Clore has a background in microbiology and biochemistry. Prior to his work at IDT, he studied the molecular genetics of hyperthermophilic archaea and their viruses for his PhD in Biology and Systems Science.
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