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AstraZeneca gains licence to use and apply Cellular Thermal Shift Assay (CETSA) method to determine drug/target interactions
Gains a dermatology R&D structure with proprietary formulation technology plus three clinical stage dermatology products
As many regions face a rise in antibiotic resistance, new weapons against infections are needed. Bacteriophages have been used with some success in the old Eastern Bloc. Can the West now reduce the regulatory hurdles to enable their use elsewhere?
Will begin operations in the second quarter of 2016
Preliminary investigations point to an isolated event, says MHRA
Are current pallets used for handling and transporting drugs and medicines the best they could be, or is there room for improvement? Jim Hardisty, MD, Goplasticpallets.com, takes a look at how some of the latest pallets are saving the industry time and money
Diamond’s on-site fragment screening facility is a major boost for structural biologists
Politics, price and potential shortages are driving researchers to look for alternatives to traditional precious metal catalysts, writes Dr Cynthia A. Challener, for Nice Insight
QCS 100 is also fitted with several safety features
Pure water is a key factor in the production of pharmaceuticals – and an audit of operations can help identify the best way to set up a water purification system, says Mark Bosley, SUEZ Water Purification Systems UK
Automates the removal of glass and plastic syringes with fast and reliable rod insertion and labelling
Meeting the ‘Safety Features’ requirements of the EU Falsified Medicines Directive can be daunting, particularly as some details are as yet not well understood. Serialisation expert Christoph Krähenbühl summarises what is required from the final draft Delegated Act