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All business units contributed to the solid financial achievements for the year
India has emerged as a major market for the consumption and manufacture of generic medicines, says Frost & Sullivan
Since the adaptiQ ready-to-use-pharmaceutical vial concept was launched at CPhI in 2014, Schott has seen strong interest from its customers and positive feedback from the market, and is now ramping up production ready for commercial launch early in 2015
To provide a broad range of standardised lab testing services
Virosome vaccine technology and HIV vaccine candidate to be used to develop scalable manufacturing process within 3.5 years
An international resource to develop expert networks for paediatric medicines using scarce available specialists is making progress thanks to initiatives on both sides of the Atlantic
Scheme has trained more than 2,000 people as it reaches its first anniversay
New technologies in the production of both small molecules and biological drugs are helping companies move towards continuous processes but the challenges are still significant. Susan Birks reports on recent process developments
Among advanced solubility enhancement technologies, the most important are solid dispersions and lipid solubilisation
When considering the lyophilisation of moisture-sensitive biopharmaceuticals, companies must not only consider the moisture transfer via the container but also the stopper, as Dr Heike Kofler, West Pharmaceutical Services, explains
Sartorius Stedim Biotech purchases Scottish company BioOutsource for an undisclosed sum
Rapid transfer port systems have evolved over the years for use in pharmaceuticals and other industries. Getinge-La Calhčne reviews the potential for improving systems further to meet ever-stricter ergonomic and safety requirements