A main problem that occurs within a business is that research for expanding development is subpar at best. Many strides have been taken by different firms in the fields of telecommunication, electric fields, biological research, and many more in order to increase efficiency of potentially revolutionary ideas. The lack of innovation can be combatted by a proper environment, which is the strongest lead into making an innovative research lab. Previously working in the world renowned Bell Labs, Dr. Chu brings an insight on effectively making an innovative environment through past experiences and examples of former noble prize winners and great innovators. During his seminar, Dr. Chu gave a brief synopsis of what he believes is important in creating a great working environment. His first point was to treat research as an expense and not as a profit margin. He explains that this establishes an invisible pressure on researchers to not only bring forth innovative technology, but also that the technology has to work off a very inexpensive budget and a very small timeline, making it very hard for scientists to be truly inspired and passionate but their study. He has found that the best method is to take a percentage of the profits and give it back to the researchers as inspiration for additional and improved studies in the future. Secondly, he stated that management should not come from a businessperson but instead a top researcher in the lab. Along with this, Dr. Chu recommended through the words of Clinton Davisson, a Nobel Prize winning physicist, that a manager should not dictate how the research should run but inspire intellectual growth in their researchers. With a manager supporting their researchers, Dr. Chu stated that manager who looks for alternatives can lead to more innovative and efficient designs. He illustrated this by the Shockley team which designed the transistor for Bell Labs. He further went into the aspect of “share the work to share the glory”, explaining that Shockley was upset over the fact that he was not included in the Nobel Prize for the transistor. He explained that researchers should understand that in order to share in the glory of a project, they must first share the work of the project, of which supervision should not be considered work. Along with his examples, Dr. Chu gave three lessons that should be able to help with any Lab and lead to a more innovative environment. The first lesson was that when you hire a researcher, hire someone better…
Shinya Inoue was born in 1921, and is primarily a biophysicist (although he is currently a researcher at the Marina Biological Laboratory) and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. His research field is the visualization of dynamic processes within living cells using the light microscope. He has both a Ph. D. and an M.A. in biology from Princeton University. He also has something known as a “Rigakushi”, in zoology from the Tokyo University in 1944.
Inoue is considered to be the father…
arrested last year for dispensing and practicing
medicine without a license after advertising a cure for AIDS, will appear before state Supreme
Court on Sept. 27.
On February 10, 1987, Attorney General Robert Abrams called for the arrest of Wilfredo Bowman,
popularly known as Dr. ‘following claims he made in he AmNews and the Village Voice that he could
cure AIDS. The 55yearold Honduran born practitioner of African herbal medicine and founder of the
USIIA Institute. 616 Pacific Ave., Brooklyn, asserts Abrams’ “smear and fear" campaign against him…
prevention is still the best way to beat HIV.
If expectant mothers with HIV are given anti-HIV treatment during pregnancy and then have a low-risk Caesarean delivery and do not breastfeed, their babies have a 98% chance of being HIV negative.
Dr Deborah Persaud, a virologist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, presented the findings at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Atlanta.
"This is a proof of concept that HIV can be potentially curable in infants,"…
of California LLC and the case involved a breach of contract.
The second case I witnessed was a civil case which would turn out to be a good case. The case was between Te Chuan Chu vs. Gui Yun Sun and it involved a breach of contract with intent of conspiracy. The dilemma in this case was a loan of $190,000 by Mr. Chu, the plaintiff, to Aning Dun who is the half-daughter of the defendant, Gui Yun Sun. At the moment that the trial was taking place Gui Yun Sun who is the defendant could not attend…
The Media’s Fault or Our Own?
November 13, 2013
In a study on fifth graders, 10 year old girls and boys told researchers they were dissatisfied with their own bodies after watching a music video by Britney Spears or a clip from the TV show "Friends." (National Institute of Media and The Family, 2013). The society we live in today revolves around social technology. It is through that technology that messages are…
Dr. Virginia Smith
June 22, 2013
This needs assessment proposal is intended to describe the problem of relational aggression. Also included in this proposal is a problem statement about relational aggression in public school in the North Philadelphia Region among boys and girl ages 12-17. There are three research questions about…
Professor A. P. Hoover
English 101, Section 92/ red
14th October 2009.
Dr. Erin Watson is a woman who wants to be best in whatever she does. She is a determined person, always working to achieve what she wants. She’s a person who moved to Louisiana from Seattle just for her graduate studies. There is nothing that can stop her. “I never wanted to be a lab technician in the crime lab, I wanted to be the expert” she says, but has worked with many state and federal agencies like…
What the Doctor Ordered”. Being the oldest major manufactured soft drink in America (History of Dr Pepper), Dr Pepper is all of those past slogans, and more. It's the greatest soft drink on the planet, and it will stand the test of time.
Dr Pepper has come a long way from Morrison's Old Corner Drug Store in Waco, Texas back in 1885. According to the Dr Pepper Museum website, under “History of Dr Pepper”, the inventor was Charles Alderton, who was a young pharmacist working in the drug store…
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. SPEECH “I HAVE A DREAM”
Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15 , 1929 and died on April 4, 1968. He was born Michael Luther King Jr. but decided to change his name to Martin. Both Martin Luther’s grandfather and father were pastors of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. Martin Luther carried on the tradition and served as pastor from 1960-1968 (Nobel Prize, 1). He was a big part of the civil rights movement for his race…