Single Use

Single use technologies (SUTs) have become a mainstay in pharma because they reduce the risk of contamination and often offer more flexibility than traditional processing technologies. Generally made from plastic components, SUTs are a common feature of facility design from upstream to downstream processes. 


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Optimizing flow measurement in demanding process conditions

Critical biopharma applications require protection of media integrity

Single-use or stainless steel processing trains — or both?

Either option comes with pros and cons but a hybrid approach may offer greater latitude

Solving the pharma packaging puzzle

Evolving considerations when choosing between single-use or reusable temperature-controlled packaging

Scaling single-use liquid dispensing

How sterile, single-use liquid dispensing systems and kits are enabling easy production scale up and changeovers

A better pH measurement approach

How purpose-built sensors can help overcome biopharma single-use challenges

Product Focus: The surge of single-use

The rise of single-use technologies in pharma has shown no signs of abating and is continuing to transform every area of operations.

Product Focus: Sustainability solutions

From managing water usage to reducing waste, there are a number of ways pharma companies can refine their processes to reduce their impact on the environment.

Top pharma industry predictions for 2020

Industry experts weigh in on the trends that could shape the pharma world in the coming year and beyond

The elephant in the biopharma classroom

Biopharma needs to address its workforce training methods

China’s single-use craze

Can SUT hang on to its momentum in the next decade, or will stainless steel bioreactors rise again?

2019 Pharma Innovation Awards

This year's winners offer slices of innovation

Product Focus: Next-Gen Single-Use

The latest technologies build on past innovations to boost efficiency for manufacturers.

Less Space for Waste

As single-use technology becomes mainstream, biopharma companies need a better way to handle waste

Shrinking Big Pharma

Why building smaller manufacturing plants is the next big thing

Product Focus: Single-Use Technologies

Why disposable components are becoming a mainstay in the pharma world.