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Packaging engineering function can be challenged by inadequate integration within Design Control of new a product’s development life cycle. The challenges can range from insufficient packaging design to missed timelines.
In this show, Abhishek Gautaum, Packaging R&D Manager at ConMed, will speak to packaging engineers facing similar challenges as well as those seeking to integrate packaging engineering function within Design Control more effectively. Gautam will provide an overview of pitfalls from inadequate integration, key elements of packaging design control and best practices for effective integration.
Lead researcher Dane Wigington reveals hard data on stratospheric aerosol geo-engineering, methane expulsion, ozone depletion, rising sea levels, artificial/chemical ice nucleation, plankton die off, drought, deluge, temperature falsification to the downside, jet stream manipulation, weather wars, HAARP, and dire consequences for this tract of humans, unless there is a GLOBAL MIND AND HEART SHIFT out of entrapment into individual freedom, to care for one another and home planet. Dane began focusing all his efforts on the geo-engineering issue after losing significant amounts of solar uptake due to ever-increasing 'solar obscuration' from aircraft injecting aerosols into the upper atmosphere. He also noticed significant decline in forest health around his 1,600-acre 'wildlife preserve' in N California. Since 2002 Dane has investigated all levels of geo engineering from stratospheric aerosol geo-engineering (SAG) to HAARP. In numerous film and radio interviews, Dane explains global environmental and health dangers facing all of us now, by whom, and why. Learn more at http://geoengineeringwatch.orgConclusions http://ourgreaterdestiny.wordpress.com/2013/09/26/geo-engineering-planetary-call-to-freedom/To 'activate' individual freedom, dignity, and security, click social icons to share our programs. Learn about your host Doreen Agostino and free resources at http://freetobewealthy.net/about/index.php
Subscribe to our Youtube Channel "I took the Inner Engineering program in 2001. The wisdom and practices taught in this course continue to impact my life to this day. A greater send of inner calmness, more control, and how I choose to respond to life are benefits that are still evident and I feel will always be with me." Mark Halonen, DO, Family Physician, MI Inner Engineering.com Inner Engineering is a technology for wellbeing derived from the ancient science of yoga. An authentic pro
Bringing you technology news & information from around the world. Today we are talking about contract management software with Tood Steiner.
Todd Steiner is a founding partner and President of Trident Contract Management. As our champion for business excellence, he is responsible for setting a unified strategy and vision. He leads our business development efforts and is passionate about working with clients who share similar values, culture and excitement produced by results-driven efforts. Prior to founding Trident, Todd spent more than 15 years in IT in the value-added reselling and manufacturing environments. During this time he completed his Masters in Project Management (MPM) and experienced the benefits a process driven approach to contract/vendor management could produce for businesses of all sizes. A frequent speaker on vendor, contract and asset management, Todd was selected by IATIAM to develop working definitions of key industry terminology. Residing in Madison, Wisconsin, Todd enjoys spending time with his family, coaching, outdoor activities, and the simple things in life.
Is your next business analyst an Instructional Designer? Or is your next Instructional technologist going to be a business analyst? Depending on the setting these two professoins appear very similar.
Today, while examining some porototyping apps for an app development project it became clear there are many similarities and differences in the "instructional Technology" and "Software Development" practices.
Maybe by the end of this episode you, like me, will decide that the strengths of both professions are needed in today's world where software development companies are developing "learning" apps and learning companies are developing software to teach.
Enjoy the discussion. Will you be using 5 D's or DADDIE in your next project?
The Hut with hosts Patrick Shore & Jodi Livengood is the place to tackle the issues holding business leaders from reaching the success they deserve.
The Hut each week explores what it takes to not only stay in front of the competition but make it irrelevant.
Come in, Kick of your shoes and join in this week's conversation.
Guest: Jesse Bechtold, President and CEO of MAMTC will share his insight on creating growth in your company through enginnering innovation.
Our Guests Today:
Mike Michon and Adarsh Ramakrishnan of Elegant Solutions
Adarsh Ramakrishnan serves as the project manager, and is a graduate from the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Adarsh has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with minors in Aerospace Engineering and Material Science. He has also led development on web and smartphone based applications for several startups, building experience in team management and client-side interactions. Adarsh has served on teams that have designed biomedical devices, mechatronic solutions, and satellites. He has also conducted research on the electro-mechanical response of polymeric hydrogels for a UVa research group. Within ES Design, his primary responsibilities are technical development, project management, and client-side interactions.
Michael Michon serves as the president of ES Design, and is also a graduate from the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Mike has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Engineering Business. Mike has previously worked at EN Engineering indentifying “areas of interest” when building and installing natural gas transmission systems. He also worked under Professor Lothe, of the University of Virginia, as an entrepreneurial liaison. His primary function was to find and research possible applications for the nanotexturing technology and a champion to promote it within that community. Within ES Design, he primarily focuses on legal and accounting considerations, design management, and business strategy. Michael is currently involved with Darden's iLab
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the social effects of economic inequality, favoritism for the genetically engineered, the value of the Ten Commandments, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. Question 1: Is an egalitarian society a better society? Question 2: Once some children are genetically engineered, wouldn't discrimination against natural children be inevitable? Question 3: Are the Ten Commandments of value to an atheist? To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott makes sense of science and how it’s all used through writing.
Richard and his wife have backgrounds in electrical engineering and have written twelve award-winning science books together. They also ran a science supply company for several years. After a publishing company picked up their books, they shut down the business and decided to pursue a new journey—writing fiction. Richard’s new book, Fatal Transaction, combines his unique talents in the tech field to bring his thriller to life.
This will be the first broadcast and introduction to PCCG, Inc. and its intentions to discuss today's new and and exsisting technology software trends, development, and use in the market of Radiology and TeleRadiology. Hosted by Christie Hentschl VP of PCCG, Inc.