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  • Visit our Editor's Blog: On Pharma

    Our editors' blog, "On Pharma," goes behind consumer media headlines, beyond trade press boundaries, to offer candid analysis and commentary on issues affecting drug manufacturers. We cover the gamut, from fiscal to philosophical, from serious to silly. Reader responses are always welcome.

    11/05/2007
  • PharmaManufacturing Swicki

    Eliminate wasted time by using our new, search engine for information from top industry sources, including FDA web pages, and specialized publications.

    11/05/2007
  • Blog: Poor Emil’s Almanac

    Never known for his shyness, NIR expert Emil Ciurczak shares his unedited and uncensored perspectives on the industry he knows so well. Write in and let him know what you think.

    11/05/2007
  • A Synthesis of Cultures

    When executives at Samchully Pharmaceuticals Co. Ltd. (Seoul, Korea) sought out the machinery they would need to expand their oligonucleotides business, they got more than steel and tubing. They forged a trans-global relationship with a U.S. equipment supplier that is introducing them to PAT.

    Heidi Parsons, Managing Editor
    10/03/2007
  • Choose Wisely

    Selecting a contract manufacturing organization (CMO) for aseptic processing of injectable final drug product (FDP) is no simple matter. Here are some do’s and don’ts.

    John Dobiecki, Microtest Laboratories
    08/06/2007
  • A Tough Order to Fill

    Expensive and fragile biologics, longer shelf-life and storage requirements and user-friendly demands are shaping the filling process.

    Bill Swichtenberg, Senior Editor
    06/18/2007
  • Prioritizing Goals by Applying Options Thinking

    Applying systematic methods can improve results and increase value, whether on the corporate or on the local operational level.

    Brian W. Hagen, Ph.D., Raymond L. Manganelli, Ph.D., and Thomas L. McGurk, Practice Director, Tunnell Consulting
    01/09/2007
  • Analyze This!

    The 450-page Pharmaceutical Manufacturing benchmarking study released in October offers a gold mine of information on how to improve, for those industry professionals and regulators brave enough to dive into the data. In this feature, Jeff Macher and Jackson Nickerson discuss challenges they faced, study results, a major caveat and future plans.

    Agnes Shanley, Editor in Chief
    11/20/2006
  • Winning the Pharma Cap Spending Game

    Pharma’s capital spending budgets are up, but the rules of the game are changing. Outsourcing will play a more prominent role than ever before.

    Agnes Shanley with Nancy Bartels, Contributor
    10/17/2006
  • Nicholas Piramal's World View

    Dr. Swati Piramal has put one of India’s leading drug companies, and a family business, on a global stage

    Agnes Shanley, Editor in Chief
    10/04/2006
  • Taking Pharma's Pulse: What's Your View of the Industry's Economic Outlook?

    How do you view your company's and the industry's economic health? Which areas were key investment focuses for 2006, and what do you think the future will hold? Please take a few minutes to share your views in our 2006 Capital Investment survey. All results will remain confidential and will never be shared with any other organization.

    09/11/2006
  • Organichem Lays a Foundation for Growth

    A new building management system has helped the contract manufacturer automate pressurization control and expand potent compound manufacturing.

    Paul Thomas
    08/08/2006
  • Cook Pharmica Serious about Developing Expertise Locally

    Between establishing a biotech internship program with Indiana University and co-creating the Indiana Life Sciences Education and Training institute, Cook Pharmica is putting its money and efforts right where it said it would.

    08/07/2006
  • Contract Research Drives China's Pharma Sector

    Contract research is both a vehicle for Chinese pharmas to expand their R&D expertise and quality levels, and a bridge for them to enter global markets.

    Yibing Zhou, BioPlan Associates, Inc.
    08/07/2006
  • Cardinal Bets on UHF

    Believe it or not, the success of item-level UHF may depend on shrink-wrapping, says Cardinal’s Renard Jackson.

    Paul Thomas, Managing Editor
    06/15/2006
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