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Strengthening its pipeline in viral diseases
Scientists have pinpointed the relevant enzyme, identifying a new target for anti-tumour agents
With pharmaceuticals possibly being included in the planned Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership, a report compiled by CPhI Worldwide and InformEx looks at the outlook for pharma companies operating in the US – either as their domestic market or as an export destination
To increase its quality control service throughput and integrate biopharmaceutical analysis
Will create approximately 100 new jobs at the German manufacturing plant
Peter Harding, Process Engineer, Primary Operations at GSK Worthing, and 2014’s BASF Young Ambassador of the Year in the Chemical Industries Association (CIA) Awards, talks to Jane Ellis about ways of encouraging the younger generation to consider the chemical industries as a career
Dedicated temperature- and humidity-controlled labelling suites go live in US and Europe
The selection of personal protective equipment (PPE) for chemical hazard situations is a complex task and is often either over- or under-specified. DuPont illustrates the need for systematic risk analysis to get it right
Follows a successfully completed smaller study at the Institute of Laboratory Animal Science (ILAS)
With research productivity top of the agenda, Dennis Curran, Director of Product Management, BIOVIA, Dassault Systèmes (previously Accelrys), discusses how to modernise a laboratory in five key steps
Psoriasis treatment has been revolutionised by the development of monoclonal antibody drugs that act on the immune system in a disease modifying manner
There are many reasons why conventional drug delivery technologies may not be effective and a more creative approach is required to convey the active ingredient to its destination. Dr Sarah Houlton looks at the more promising technologies in development