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- The changing role of U.S. corporate research labs. Corcoran, Elizabeth // Research Technology Management;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p14
Focuses on the changes in the role of corporate research laboratories in the United States. Variation of different companies' research activities; Efforts by managers to pull research into tighter relationships with other divisions of the company; Balance of short- and long-term goals;...
- Managing R&D globally: People and financial considerations. Krogh, Lester C. // Research Technology Management;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p25
Discusses the elements necessary for a successful management of overseas research and development laboratories. Strategic planning; Competence and knowledge of managers; Qualifications of the staff; Financial support; Choosing a country where the laboratory is to be set up; Choosing a...
- Preparing for the 21st century. Omta, S.W.F.; van Engelen, Jo M.L. // Research Technology Management;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p31
Introduces the `best of the best' star-rating system to indicate the qualities that will enable research and development (R&D) laboratories to excel in the 21st century. Benchmarking the leaders; Critical success factors; Five-star companies. INSETS: How performance was measured. by O.O. &...
- Get More From Outside Labs. Babicz, Gillian // Quality;Sep2000, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p80
Presents suggestions on how to get the most out of an external calibration laboratory. Importance of admitting what a company knows and does not know; Key elements of a metrology program; Importance of listening.
- Bright Ideas for Selecting Lab Lighting. Doberdruk, Michael // R&D Magazine;May2000, Vol. 42 Issue 5, pL33
Presents tips for selecting laboratory lighting. Discussions on light sources; Fixture style and positioning; Consideration of light intensity.
- Federal lab technology finds commercial success. Chamberlain, Gary // Design News;4/10/95, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p10
Presents the results of the National Science Foundation-sponsored survey done by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Effect of partnerships in research and technology development efforts; Net benefits from partnerships with federal laboratories.
- What do all these labs do? Schweber, Bill // EDN;01/21/99, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p41
Comments on the issue of federal laboratories in the United States. Comment on an article proposing to privatize the labs; Measurement of the return of the extremely large investment; Missions of labs; Commercial links of the laboratories; Laboratories' offer of research services to industries.
- Tech transfer leadership falls to industry, not labs. Scott, William B. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;9/6/1993, Vol. 139 Issue 10, p32
Discusses the topics discussed during a four-day `Symposium on Coupling Technology to National Need.' Need for the private sector to take the lead in deciding which federal laboratory technologies have the most commercial potential; Companies' lack of enthusiasm about cooperative ventures with...
- BILLS ADDRESS HOW TO REFOCUS NATIONAL LABS. Sims, David; Burgess, Angela // IEEE Software;Jul93, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p100
Reports on the proposed bills designed to refocus the United States national laboratories. Provisions of the bills; Response of observers to the residual technology transfer; Information on the core competencies being promoted by the labs under Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary.