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Weekly Round Up
27 September 2016
Latest Companies

Alconox - Aqueous and Powdered Cleaning Detergents for the Pharmaceutical Industry

Takeda - Global Contract Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals

Dividella - Modular and Flexible Secondary Packaging

Haselmeier - Self-Injection Devices

Pharmaceutical Development Group - Pharmaceutical Consultants and Drug Development Strategists

Press Releases

Dividella Launches New NeoTOP Toploading Cartoner
Within the NeoTOP range, the new Toploading cartoner NeoTOP 1604 meets the market's demand for a product-flexible packaging machine, which is able to handle packs with five, ten, or 100 products at a high-level of output.

Air Canada Cargo to Present at 14th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum
Air Canada Cargo has announced it will be present at the 14th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum at the Hynes Convention Centre in Boston, USA.

How Important are Medical Device Consultants to Quality Management System Reviews and 510(k) Submissions?
Pharma consultants: Already familiar with the Quality Management System (QMS) and the benefits it has in regards to the manufacture of drugs and devices? Do you know how important it is to a medical device 510(k) application?

International Consortium for Personalised Medicine
Finnish developer and provider of bio-IT solutions for research and biomedicine MediSapiens is a partner of an international consortium aiming to develop personalised medicine applications using integrated genome and other health data.

MediSapiens Wins Red Herring Top 100 Europe
Bio-IT solution provider MediSapiens has won Red Herring Top 100 Europe award, announced at the Top 100 forum in Amsterdam.

White Papers

Integrating Cold Chain Management Systems
Competing priorities, changing expectations, cost pressures, sustainability initiatives, and emerging markets are some of the challenges facing cold chain management professionals every...

Polpharma Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Product List
This brochure shows Polpharma B2B's active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) product...

Validation of Cell Line Models
Cell lines are often used as model systems in cancer research, drug discovery and...

Bürkert < > Novo Nordisk: A New Formulation Line for Insulin Vials
To build its production line, Novo Nordisk started from scratch. The former production unit has been completely redesigned in order to establish a production strategy which is more easily...

Temperature Control for Chemical Research and Production
When it comes to chemical reactions in production processes, the right temperature is a crucial factor....

Features

Pharma Technology Focus – Issue 51
In this issue: Efficiency in Australia’s pharma industry, India’s move to biosimilars, painkillers that don’t rely on opioids, NHS England’s funding of HIV drug PrEP, whether stem cell transplants can be used to treat MS, and more.

US Precision Medicine Initiative gears up for a massive e-health drive
Personalised medicine has long been an aim of advanced health systems, and the US is looking to move ever closer to this goal with the Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program, a massive e-health database storing detailed health data over many years from at least a million American volunteers. Chris Lo finds out what it takes to set up a public health database of this magnitude.

Going global: India’s big biosimilar move
With biosimilar versions of effective but expensive biologic treatments set to unlock major opportunities around the world, does India’s pharma sector and regulatory system have what it takes to repeat its generics success with much more complex biosimilars?

Is the stage set for global drug price regulation?
French President Francois Hollande is hoping to encourage the adoption of international drug price regulation among the G7 states. The move could bring transparency and affordability of drug pricing so vital medicines can be accessed much more widely, but is the world ready for such a bold step?

Rule-breakers: rehabilitating wayward clinical researchers
The US-based Professionalism and Integrity Program was developed with funding from the National Institutes of Health to help researchers who have made key ethical and professional failures to change their ways and regain their research privileges. Course director Dr James DuBois discusses common causes of compliance slip-ups and how researchers can move forward without repeating them.

Projects

Cambrex Corporation API Facility Expansion, Charles City, Iowa
US-based innovative life sciences company Cambrex Corporation completed a major expansion of its active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) facility in Charles City, Iowa, US, on 12 July 2016.

GE Healthcare Bio Park, Cork
Global healthcare service provider GE Healthcare has announced plans to invest $170m in the development of a new biopharmaceutical campus Cork Country, Ireland.

Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute, California
The University of California and San Diego (UCSD) initiated construction of Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute (CTRI) building at La Jolla in San Diego, US, in January 2013.

Clinical Sciences Building, Cincinnati, Ohio
The construction of a new 15-storey clinical science building at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) began in June 2012.

Jazz Pharmaceuticals’ Development and Manufacturing Facility, Athlone
Jazz Pharmaceuticals has opened a new manufacturing facility in Athlone, Ireland.


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