What’s the secret formula for creating long-lasting bubbles? Is expert knowledge of liquid dynamics needed to optimize the mixture design and develop the best bubble solution? Or can we use design of experiments (DOE) and data analytics to draw conclusions? Let’s a take a look at a fun example of how DOE can be used to optimize a mixture design in order to achieve our goal: create long-lasting bubbles.
When it comes to continuous quality improvement and removing defects from a process, Six Sigma continues to be the gold standard in manufacturing and process management. This structured, data-driven methodology for discovering problems relies on rigorous analysis of production and process data. For many companies, engaging in a Six Sigma process can be time consuming or even a bit daunting.
At the heart of any process used to manufacture biological products is a bioreactor setup that supports a stable and reproducible biologically active environment. The bioreactor provides a controlled environment to achieve optimal growth for the particular cell cultures being used.