April 2010 Issue
Chatterjee discusses the factors driving China's transformation from low-cost manufacturing to more sophisticated quality matters.
Rhythm wheels and workflow leveling may be the secret to a Lean Lab, says Grange Castle's Ciaran Crosbie.
At PDA 2010, lyophilization experts debate issues that confound them and compromise product and vial integrity.
At Interphex Puerto Rico 2010, Jackelyn Rodriguez, President of Monarch Quality Systems Solutions, Marlton, N.J., discussed developing a closed-loop system for reporting failure investigations and process deviations
Individuals cannot perform well if there are basic problems with the systems in which they operate
A look at on-line mass spectrometry and NMR as control tools for drying samples
Can a whirlwind trip to India's pharma facilities prove skeptics wrong?
FDA warning letters and 483's continue to point to a need for better metal detection and removal.
Chronic problems, including downstream costs, disposable equipment issues, and the need for real-time process monitoring, challenge growing manufacturers to keep in shape.
Just as process validation can benefit from a QbD and a product lifecycle approach, so can analytical method validation and transfer
Why can't QbD be, literally, as easy as pie?
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