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Will use freeze-drying process to overcome cold-chain transportation issues
It uses single-use bioreactors, disposable plastic containers and continuous purification processing
Quality Assurance not only requires increasing resource but also needs to be introduced at an increasingly early stage of development. Susan Birks reports on trends, regulatory changes and issues affecting quality programmes
After an 'environmental deviation' in one manufacturing suite that was discovered in September
To cover nationally-approved medicines
The severity of the current Ebola crisis in West Africa has resulted in a rush to speed up development of potential treatments. But despite its simplicity, the virus presents significant challenges. Dr Sarah Houlton reviews drugs and vaccines in the pipeline
University of Dundee set to offer its first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in partnership with FutureLearn
Lab processes have become increasingly complex, especially as regulators continue to impose new requirements. Trish Meek, Director of Product Strategy, Thermo Fisher Scientific, discusses how integrating informatics systems can turn this complexity into greater productivity
In partnership with the Laboratory of Malaria Immunology and Vaccinology (LMIV) of the NIH
A new trade deal between the EU and Canada is expected to boost the transatlantic pharma business, but will one side benefit from the arrangement more than the other?
Both deals also include intellectual property protections
Sterilisation equipment developer Noxilizer and aseptic liquid processing technology provider Weiler Engineering have worked together to put the ‘c’ in cGMP through improvements in decontamination and deypyrogenation process technology