Pharma R&d Strategy Project Opportunity
i'm a management consultant with **** in india, a strategy consulting firm founded at stanford university. One of our core areas of expertise is pharmaceuticals and we have advised more than 80% of the top 20 global majors, and leading indian players on a host of strategic issues.
We're currently in discussions with a mnc which is interested in scaling up their small r&d centre in india to develop products for emerging markets, which are currently being made in other locations in europe/ us. This would involve an assessment of the company's current development, manufacturing, regulatory, qc capabilities in india, assess what capabilities are needed to make the targeted products for the targeted markets, identify the gap, and where feasible help them scale-up the india centre to meet the requirements. In this context, i wanted to reach out to you to discuss if we could possibly work together.
If this opportunity interests you, please reach me at the number below, or at this mail id at the earliest.
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The zintro blog needs you! i am looking for your expert opinion on the news below and a written response that is one to three paragraphs long. Your response may be used in an article that i will write and post on the zintro site. You will be named in the article and a link to your expert profile will be included. Your contribution is voluntary (there is no direct payment involved, but you will get lots of traffic to your expert profile). If interested, please send me your response via znotes within the next one or two days.
Researchers at stanford university succeeded in making a resilient plastic polymer, which can sense subtle pressure and has self-healing ability. With nickel nanoparticles, they were able to achieve mechanical strength and electrical conductivity after any damage. Do you think the material is sensitive enough to be integrated into prosthetics?
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Darpa's vlsi project provided research funding to a wide variety of university-based teams in an effort to improve the state of the art in microprocessor design, then known as vlsi. Although little known, notably in comparison to their work on what became the internet, the vlsi project is likely one of the most influential research projects in modern computer history. Its offspring include the risc processor concept, many of the cad tools still in use today, 32-bit graphics workstations, fabless design houses and its own fab, mosis. A similar darpa project partnering with industry, vhsic, is generally considered to have had little or no impact.
The project was the brainchild of caltech professor carver mead and xerox parc programmer lynn conway in the late 1970s. At the time microprocessor design was plateauing at the 100,000 transistor level because the tools available to the designers were simply unable to deal with more complex designs. 16-bit and 16/32-bit designs were coming to market, but beyond that seemed too difficult and expensive to contemplate. Mead and conway felt that there was no theoretical problem impeding progress, simply a number of practical ones, and set about solving these in order to make much more complex designs possible.
One of the primary efforts under vlsi was the creation of the hardware and software needed to automate the design process, which at that point was still largely manual. For a design containing hundreds of thousands of transistors, there was simply no machine short of a supercomputer that had the memory and performance needed to work on the design as a whole.
To address this problem and allow average companies to use automated tools, vlsi funded the geometry engine and pixel-planes projects at stanford university and university of north carolina at chapel hill (respectively) to create suitable graphics hardware at the desktop level. The former evolved into an effort to design a networked cad workstation, known as the stanford university network. This is better known today under its acronym, sun, as in sun microsystems, which commercialized the design.
To provide a common software platform to run these new tools, vlsi also funded a berkeley project to provide a standardized unix implementation, known today as the berkeley software distribution (bsd). Almost all early workstations used bsd, including designs that evolved into sun, sgi, apollo computer, and others. Bsd later spawned several descendants, openbsd, freebsd, netbsd, and dragonflybsd.
Cad software was an important part of the vlsi effort. This led to major improvements in cad technology for layout, design rule checking, and simulation. The tools developed in this program were used extensively in both academic research programs and in industry. The ideas were developed in commercial implementations by companies such as vlsi technology, cadnetix, and synopsis.
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Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant
I would like to speak with a hematopoietic stem cell transplanter from one of the nation's top transplant centers to learn more about the current conditioning agents used during the transplantation.
Expert must be a physician and a practicing transplanter at one of the following institutes:
- m.D. Anderson
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- dana farber
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