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TRIZ Helps in General Research

| On 01, Jan 2010

Message: 1780
Posted by: Kadra Branker
Posted on: Wednesday, 24th March 2010


Recently, I was in a bit of a rut with my current research and it seems like I was too focused on trying to find the solution that I did not think of different ways of interpreting the problem.My recent exposure to TRIZ at the QSBIS re-sparked my creative problem solving. Even though engineers are great problem solvers, sometimes several years of education can narrow one's focus. I truly recommend this for all researchers. Thanks again.


Message: 1787
Posted by: Bryan
Posted on: Wednesday, 31st March 2010


I've actually been trying to apply TRIZ in a medical research situation.  I've tried to find other examples of this type of work and mostly only found researchers who are working on medical devices using TRIZ.
Is anyone aware of other types of TRIZ use in more direct medical/biological research?


Message: 1788
Posted by: Mark Barkan
Posted on: Thursday, 1st April 2010


Bryan, the type/module of TRIZ, applicable to most of research processes, is Subversion Analysis. It was used successfully in biological and medical fields as well. I have used it in projects dealing with medical devices. With this module one can invert the issue from research to inventive type. For more info contact me at mbarkan9841charter.net 


Message: 1790
Posted by: Gregory Frenklach
Posted on: Thursday, 1st April 2010


http://www.triz-journal.com/archives/1998/03/b/index.htm

http://www.triz-journal.com/archives/1998/05/b/index.htm

http://www.triz-journal.com/archives/1998/04/a/index.htm


Message: 1791
Posted by: Bryan
Posted on: Friday, 2nd April 2010


Thanks for the inputs!

Bryan