FastR&D Training Made Simpler

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Albert Einstein, said:

Make things as simple as you can, but no simpler.

Simplify? What? How? and Why?

Simplify Why?

FastR&D is targeted for R&D Chemists. I could be wrong, I have been out of school for nearly 40 years, but my personal industrial experience consulting and training R&D chemists has been these Chemists are very intelligent, very creative but math/stat averse with a few notable exceptions. 

Simplify? What?

Simplify? What? How? and Why?

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Republished from the book, "Innovation and R&D, A Primer" Mukul Mehta, 

Chemical News, 2017

About Author

Mukul Mehta


Mukul Mehta has over 40 years of proven industrial experience in chemical , polymer, and plastics industry. Worked as a Sr. Manager, Statistics and Computer Aided Research for BF Goodrich Chemical, a Fortune 500 company, and then as a software entrepreneur, promoted "quantitative, predictive modeling in one minute or less as a mantra for R&D and New Product Development." Many multi-million dollar successes for dozens of Corporate R&D clients in chemical and pharma industry. Trained over 750 R&D chemists, engineers and managers to Speedup New Product Development through statistical design of experiments.

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