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Raises €5m in new financing round
Packaging lines actively monitor the integrity and authenticity of products
Mitochondrial dysfunction is seen as an important factor in many diseases, making mitochondria prime targets for therapeutics. Dr Sarah Houlton reports on the latest research and its implications for drug discovery
Slow issue of health permits is further complicating matters
Will sell off some of the site to Linden Homes
The science of separation is key to many aspects of drug discovery and development, and frequently involves ultra high-performance liquid chromatography. Richard Henry, Consultant, and Wayne Way, Supelco, look at its development and give advice on which packing to choose
First in Asia for the regulatory society
Vaccine development has produced some of the greatest human health benefits since the start of medicinal science, but can future developments match those of the past?
Active packaging specialist Multisorb Technologies has launched its new range of sorbents for nutraceutical applications.
Moisture-activated dry granulation (MADG) is a simple, cost-effective way to create granules that can offer specific solutions to formulation issues. In the face of an industry resistant to change, Aesica argues that MADG deserves greater consideration
To develop auto-injector for MS patients
Understanding the solid state nature of an API is key, but where should this be integrated into the development pipeline? Julian Northen and Adam Moorhouse, Onyx Scientific, discuss how best to deploy screening to mitigate the risk of late stage attrition