Monthly Archives: November 2008
The last Thursday in November is the Thanksgiving holiday in the US. Originally a harvest festival with religious roots, thanking God for enough food to get through the winter, it has evolved into a family-oriented celebration of all the …
In a recent Sunday papers around the world, a large full page, color (not cheap!) advertisement was shown displaying a new mascara brush from Lancome: http://www.lancome-usa.com/makeup/mascara/oscillation.aspx
When you watch the video at this site, you will hear things like: …
“…over the history of software development there have not been that many innovations..” I must have heard this statement elsewhere in some forum, but now this is the base for a new TRIZ for software innovation book recently launched. …
The Mexican TRIZ Association (AMETRIZ) is hosting a blog for ideas to solve the global economic crisis: http://blog.ametriz.com/.
Put that TRIZ (and other innovation methods and tools) experience to good use and submit your ideas. (And share them here, too!) …
USIT, introduced to Japan in 1999, has been accepted as an easy, unified process for problem solving in industries and as the next generation of TRIZ. The solution generation methods of TRIZ have been reorganized into a system of USIT operators.
This month’s unofficial theme is time – the past, present and future are all represented. A timeline of the development of TRIZ, TRIZ training in Japan and a look at the evolutionary potential of search engines are three topics to keep readers busy.
The author has assembled a timeline of the major events of the development of TRIZ, and pictures of Altshuller and his family over the years, to celebrate World TRIZ Day and Altshuller’s contributions.
Isolation of target proteins requires dissociation of the bindings of the other proteins in an adipocyte. This paper is related to the problem that there was trouble using SDS as a dissociating agent.