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  • Rapid Microbiological Technologies: A Talk With Bret Barnhizer of NanoLogix

    Bret Barnhizer, CEO of NanoLogix, talks about his company’s methods for rapid microbiological detection and ID: BioNanoPore, for total plate count, and BioNanoFilter, for detection and identification. Results are generally found in hours rather than days, Barnhizer says, which is why companies like P&G Pharma and GSK are taking an interest.

  • From SharePoint to Cloud Computing: Microsoft's Life Sciences Evolution

    Microsoft is positioning SharePoint as a solution to the industry's innovation gap. In this interview with Senior Editor Paul Thomas at DIA 2010, Michael Naimoli, Director of Life Sciences Industry Solutions, discusses how manufacturers like GSK and Merck are using SharePoint as a knowledge management platform to find new ways to innovate.

  • Automating R&D Workflows, Searching for Step-Change Productivity Gains

    Freeslate is working with J&J and other pharma clients to automate and integrate diverse workflows within pharma labs and make analytical data more accessible to development scientists. We talk with CEO John Senaldi to get a better sense of his company's solutions, including the benefits of Lab Execution & Analysis (LEA) software.

  • Video: Rapid Micro Biosystems Growth Direct In Action

    The Growth Direct System is the only option in rapid microbial enumeration that is based upon the current compendial methods, is non-destructive, and is automated, integrating incubation, reading, reporting and data management.

  • Pushing the pH Envelope

    Sensorin continues its development of a self-calibrating pH sensor, which it hopes to market later this year. At Interphex 2010, CEO Carolyn Kahn explains why she feels the sensor is a breakthrough in biopharma process monitoring, and talks about single-use technologies and future developments.

  • Expanded Bed Chromatography: “Rhobust”, Flexible

    Expanded bed chromatography, not new to pharma, can process unclarified feedstocks simply and flexibly, with disposable tubing that eliminates the need for CIP. Rob Noel of Upfront Chromatography A/S shares the ins and outs of his company’s Rhobust system.

  • FMEA for Batch Records: Finding Success through Consensus

    Maxiom Group recently conducted a study with a large contract manufacturer on applying failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) to batch records. What was learned, says Fred Greulich, Maxiom’s director of operational excellence, was that the process of having cross-functional teams analyze potential batch record failures was just as valuable as the solutions that were implemented.

  • Rough and Tumble Raman and FTIR Materials Analysis

    Taking sensitive analytical equipment into the field once risked damaging equipment and compromising results. Ahura Scientific’s Raman-based TruScan has eliminated those concerns, and its new FTIR field device is also “designed to be mistreated,” says VP of Product Management Duane Sword.

  • Filling Biopharma's Measurement Gap

    Measurement and PAT for biopharma present greater challenges than for small molecules, meaning that bio still has some analytical gaps to fill. Malvern CTO Neil Lewis discusses the potential of dynamic light scattering to help, and looks towards the day when technologies exist for biopharma release testing and at-line monitoring.

  • Leveraging Real-time Demand Signals to Improve Operational Performance

    In pharma, everyone knows that what gets prescribed doesn’t match what gets shipped from the factory. Leading companies are using a combination of improved demand sensing and increased supply chain agility to improve operational performance. Learn how you can improve your company’s product availability while reducing inventory by leveraging recent developments in channel data and technology in this podcast by Edge Dynamics.

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