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25 April 2017
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Promector - 3D Swing Mixers Manufacturer for Combining Pharmaceutical Powders in Drug Development and Manufacturing

PIERRE FABRE CDMO Supercritical Fluids - A supercritical CO2 GMP Unit for Pharmaceutical Applications.

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Press Releases

Essentra Celebrated its Design Hub's One-Year Anniversary at Packaging Innovations Event
Essentra marked the one-year anniversary of its industry-leading Design Hub at Packaging Innovations.

Telstar to Introduce Loading/Unloading Solution for Pharmaceutical Freeze-Drying Processes to US Market
Telstar has announced it is set to introduce a new generation of vial automatic loading and unloading systems into the US market for pharmaceutical freeze-drying, which features a contact-free magnetic drive mechanism.

Pierre Fabre to Attend CPhl
Pierre Fabre CO² SuperCritical Fluids has announced it will be attending CPhI Japan

Essentra's Successful Showcase of Patient Adherence Solutions at Pharmapack
Pharmaceutical packaging and authentication solutions provider Essentra successfully showcased its innovative pharmaceutical packaging, labels, serialisation, and security portfolio at Pharmapack Europe in Paris.

Where have ViscoTec's Dosing Pumps Been Already Used Successfully with Abrasive Media?
ViscoTec's dosing pumps have been successfully used for 20 years in abrasive applications, such as in the automotive, electronics, and semiconductor industries.

White Papers

Stability Characterisation Using Differential Scanning Caliometry
An important parameter in production, manufacturing, formulation, and long-term storage, protein stability has large effects on biopharmaceutical products and higher stability means for...

Control of Humidity at Europe’s First -80°C Cold Store
Munters provides Odense University with Europe's first -80°C cold store for blood and tissue samples. By installing Munters ML1100 desiccant dehumidifier, the university hospital achieved...

Efficient Synthesis Development
It is impossible to imagine operations and development research without keywords, such as quality be design (QbD), design of experiments (DoE) or established parameter ranges...

High-Voltage Leak Detection for Pharmaceutical Vials, Syringes, and Liquid-Filled Parenteral Products
The E-Scan 655 is utilises a new class of high-voltage leak detection (HVLD) technology to inspect vials, syringes, and other liquid-filled parenteral products for container closure...

Child Safe Compliance Packaging Wherever You Are in the World
Origin Pharma's lightweight child-resistant closure provides an effective line of defense against child access to pharmaceuticals....

Features

Narrowing the hunt for nanoparticles
Researchers from the Universities of Geneva and Fribourg have devised a rapid screening method to select the most promising nanoparticles for drug development. Lead author Inès Mottas tells Abi Millar how better access to the nanosphere could improve medicine.

Pharma Technology Focus – Issue 58
In this issue: Promising Alzheimer’s drugs in development, potential applications for the hormone kisspeptin, the cost of failed drug candidates, a new app matching patients to clinical trials, pharma packaging trends, and more.

Pharmaceutical packaging: where should drug companies focus their efforts?
The future of pharmaceutical packaging operations is far from straightforward. The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies reveals where drug companies should be focusing their efforts.

Alzheimer’s drugs: will 2017 bring better news?
No new Alzheimer’s drug has won approval since 2003, but the tide could soon start turning for this previously poorly understood disease. Elly Earls talks to the field’s top researchers to find out what we can expect over the next few years.

March's top stories: Perrigo's $2.85bn sale, Cancer Research UK's Precision Panc project
Perrigo completed the sale of Tysabri drug royalty to RPI for $2.85bn, London's Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) revealed new secrets about the genetic causes of cancer, and Eli Lilly acquired CoLucid Pharmaceuticals for $960m. Pharmaceutical-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from March.

Projects

The London Cancer Hub, Sutton
The London Cancer Hub for Cancer Research and Treatment in Sutton, London, will be developed by the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), London, and the London Borough of Sutton in collaboration with The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, the Greater London Authority, Epsom and St. Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust.

Medical and Research Translation (MART) Building, Stony Brook University
The construction of the Medical and Research Translation (MART) building at the Stony Brook University (SBU) medical centre campus began in November 2013.

Michael Uren Biomedical Engineering Research Hub, London
Michael Uren Biomedical Engineering Research Hub is a state-of-the-art laboratory and office facility being developed at Imperial College London’s campus in White City, London, UK.

Knight Cancer Institute Research Building, Oregon
Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)'s Knight Cancer Institute commenced construction of a new research building at South Waterfront district in south-west Portland, Oregon.

Rosalind Franklin University’s Innovation and Research Park, Chicago
Rosalind Franklin University (RFU) has announced plans for the construction of a new innovation and research park at 3333 Green Bay road in the university's North Chicago campus.

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