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With StayClean packaging for pharmaceuticals and medical devices
Use of new biocatalysts is making many industrial processes more effcient. Dr Jim Lalonde, Senior Vice President, R&D, Codexis, looks at the logistics and drivers behind pharma’s increasing interest in biocatalysis for drug development and manufacturing
New cardiac safety methodology from iCardiac Technologies offers earlier cardiac safety characterisation
Cites conflicting timing for the acquisition including its financing and the regulatory process
Robert Misher, SVP of Global Clinical Services at Packaging Coordinators, Inc (PCI), talks to Jane Ellis about the changes he has seen in the pharmaceutical packaging industry during a 30-year career, and its future prospects
Will offer single-use products to the biotechnological, pharmaceutical and scientific sectors
Drug reconstitution and compounding for administration to patients in hospitals or at home can pose risks to workers and patients. Benedetta Cadorin, Haemopharm Healthcare, describes a system that is simpler, safer and more cost-effective
Suitable for single-use systems where contamination is unacceptable
There are positive signs that in some areas the battle against the spread of the Ebola virus may be nearing the end, but the war is far from over and now is not the time to relax vigilance
Drug discovery partnership to produce an antibody based medicine to fight Ebola infection
Continuous processing promises to make biomanufacturing more viable, but the risk is knowing if it will deliver. Andrew Sinclair, Biopharm Services, explores the economic drivers for perfusion processes and the potential of continuous processes downstream