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  • http://hdl.handle.net/10402/era.28640
  • Establishing Translational Research Pipelines for Smart Devices
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    Taylor, Stephen
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  • The development of a translational research path has traditionally been a haphazard approach, filtering technologies so that the ‘best of breed’ may ultimately succeed. The conversion ratio of brilliant ideas to useful devices remains suboptimal, as many ‘fail to progress’. The reality of developing biotechnology transfer and Knowledge Transfer (KT) generally, is that the ability of multidisciplinary teams (MDT) to assimilate and then act upon information is becoming the rate limiting step for the building of complex projects. The model proposed here considers both the biological aspects of Life Sciences (LS) and the establishment of Technology Readiness for its implementation.
  • IFESS 2012 conference