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  • Learning from pharma's failures

    PDA’s Annual Meeting found lessons in the industry’s continued ups and downs

    Meagan Parrish, Senior Editor
  • Optimizing precision blending of tablets

    Tumble blender technology can enhance the speed and homogeneous blending of tablets and capsules with trace levels of additives

    Gregg Muench, Vice President of Business Development, GEMCO
  • Pharma shoots for the moon

    Reaching new frontiers will require both strategic and financial planning

    Karen Langhauser, Chief Content Director
  • The facility of the future, today

    Connected, flexible operations can increase efficiencies, support smaller batches and get your products to market faster.

    Billy Sisk, Life Sciences Industry Manager for EMEA, Rockwell Automation
  • Race to the biosimilar space

    Pharma navigates unfriendly terrain to reach the next frontier in affordable drugs

    Karen Langhauser, Chief Content Director
  • The great debate

    The benefits of improving data connections along the manufacturing-regulatory continuum

    Catherine Gambert Senior Consultant, Regulatory Affairs and Regulatory Information, ProductLife Group
  • Building a bridge to tomorrow's medicine

    Advancing FDA's Real-World Evidence Framework for evaluation, monitoring and regulation

    Jacqueline Corrigan-Curay, J.D., M.D. Director, Office of Medical Policy, CDER, U.S. FDA
  • The evolution of API route decisions

    How advancements in biocatalytic capabilities have added to the API development and manufacturing toolbox

    Tonia Becker Sr. Consultant, Synthetic Biology, Life Sciences and Chemicals, Haig Barrett
  • New look, same great taste

    Proudly debuting some new "packaging," Pharmaceutical Manufacturing continues to deliver the same great editorial flavor

  • Pharma finds balance

    Despite negative public opinions and heavy demands, survey respondents indicate rising satisfaction and pride in their work

    Karen Langhauser, Chief Content Director
  • Creating a Pharma Packaging Line That Fits Acidic Products

    Acidic liquids could cause damage to equipment over time through corrosion, which will result in costly breakdowns and downtime without sufficient preventive measures.

    Krys Beal, Vice President of sales and marketing, E-PAK Machinery
  • Drowning in Data?

    Follow these five steps to quench your thirst for insights from your data

    Michael Risse, CMO and VP, Seeq
  • The Human-Machine Matchup

    Combining human reasoning with the machine learning functionality found in advanced analytics applications improves pharma processes

    Lisa Graham, PhD and PE, Seeq Corporation
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