Developments made in biotechnology can often be turned into marketable products, but how is an idea or a laboratory-scale process turned into something people can buy? Click on the following for more details:
Although each new or improved made thing will involve its own set of unique problems to be solved, and therefore the process of going from initial idea to final product varies considerably, design activities do have some common features.
You need to answer the following questions:
The following issues will need to be considered in the development of your product: Intellectual Property, Regulatory Controls, Environmental Issues and Health and Safety.
Ideas can be tested in a variety of ways ranging from thinking it through in your head or discussing it with others to building a full-scale prototype of the product or process. One of the most effective ways of testing ideas is by modeling.
In product development terms, quality is a relative term that is defined by how well the product meets, or exceeds, what it was designed to do. In other words, the product’s fitness for purpose.
- 29 November 2007