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Press Releases

CAR-T Acknowledged by FDA Committee
Novartis has announced its CAR-T cell therapy CTL019 has been recommended by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee (ODAC).

Zenith Technologies Seeks New Engineers
Worldwide system integration company Zenith Technologies is currently looking to take on new engineers.

Atlant Clinical to Become a Gold Sponsor for YJP Life Science & Healthcare Conferences
Atlant Clinical has become a sponsor for regular Life Science & Healthcare conferences organised by YJP.

New Transmitters Now Available with RS-485 Communication
ROTRONIC's BF2 series of measurement transmitters, BF220 process pressure transmitter, and the BF227 are available with RS-485 communication.

HOF Awarded TOP 100 Label
HOF has announced that is has received the TOP 100 label, which ranks among the top 100 most innovative companies in Germany.

White Papers

Dry Powder Inhaler Monodose RS01
Patented, manufactured, and marketed by Plastiape, the RS01 Monodose Dry Powder Inhaler has a refined piercing unit design, which required the study of new manufacturing techniques and a...

Addressing Serialisation Challenges to Achieve Business Benefits and Best Practice Deployment in the Pharmaceutical Sector
With EU and US serialisation deadlines coming closer, companies are realising the benefits of track and...

Dispelling the Myths of Deviation and CAPA Systems
'How to Simplify for Improve your Deviation and CAPA Systems' is one of NSF's most popular in-house courses. The company provides simple tools and techniques that dramatically improve...

Skrivanek Pharmaceuticals References
Skrivanek has established long-term relationships for more than 20 years with some of the world's most respected pharmaceutical companies and publish health...

Crystallisation and Filtration Brochure
Systag's crystallisation and filtration system helps increase your flexibility, productivity, and optimises your...

Features

PhRMA: resetting the conversation
Over the last few years, the issue of drug prices has been rising ever higher on the agenda in the US. Prominent politicians, including former democratic presidential hopeful and champion of American socialism Bernie Sanders, have campaigned hard to bring predatory pricing by pharmaceutical companies into the public eye.

Do healthcare cuts risk creating a ‘desert for innovation’ in the UK?
The world’s biggest drug companies could reconsider their operations in the UK if the country’s new Government doesn’t increase its spending on NHS treatments and patient access to new medicines, according to the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI).

Betting big on Gamma Delta T Cells
Gamma Delta T Cells live in our tissue and form a crucial part of our immune system. Until recently, they have been on the sidelines of cancer research, but a $100m cash injection from drug giant Takeda Pharmaceuticals into a small biotech firm with big ideas in this area is set to change that, bringing a new class of immunotherapies one step closer to reality.

Pharma Technology Focus – Issue 61
In this issue: The UK’s healthcare spending problem, PhRMA’s new R&D spending requirements, undermining supply chain security by importing foreign drugs, milestone cystic fibrosis trials, a personalised treatment approach for panic disorder, and more.

Cystic fibrosis: searching for a breakthrough
There are exciting years ahead for the treatment of cystic fibrosis (CF). This inherited autosomal recessive genetic disorder has proven to be incredibly tough for drug developers, with research efforts hampered by the formidable scientific challenges involved.

Projects

Imaging Centre of Excellence, University of Glasgow, Scotland
The Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE) at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH) in Scotland was inaugurated in March 2017.

Takeda Pharmaceutical’s Manufacturing Facility, Oranienburg
Japanese drug maker, Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, inaugurated a new pharmaceutical production facility at its existing site in Oranienburg town, Brandenburg, Germany, in June 2017.

Huntsman Cancer Institute Expansion, Utah
The Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) is a part of the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, US.

Takeda Pharmaceutical’s High-Containment Production Facility, Grange Castle, Dublin
Japan-based pharmaceutical company Takeda has initiated construction of a new high-containment production facility at its existing site in Grange Castle Business Park in Dublin, Ireland.

Hanmi Pharmaceutical's New Bio Manufacturing Plant, Pyeongtaek
Hanmi Pharmaceutical is constructing a new biologics manufacturing facility in the city of Pyeongtaek in the Gyeonggi province of South Korea.

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