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Johnson & Johnson has hired a former Bayer executive as its chief information officer.
Pfizer announced its executive team that will report to Albert Bourla, incoming CEO. Bourla begins his time in the role next year on January 1.
Diverted and excessive prescriptions have been a few of the key drivers in the development of the opioid epidemic.
AstraZeneca has negotiated two new deals with Chinese tech giants, Alibaba and Tencent, as the drugmaker looks to expand further into the China drug market.
Industry experts from bioLIVE say integration of supply chain will be a critical issue as industry globalizes, with a resurgence in European manufacturing and biotech markets forecast
DCAT week examines the key drivers, best practices and trends impacting pharmaceutical manufacturing and supply
FDA Approves the First Digital Pill with embedded tracking.
According to an FDA warning letter, Meridian Medical Technologies, a Pfizer company that manufactures EpiPen auto-injectors, failed to properly investigate more than 100 complaints that the device malfunctioned.
TruTag Wins 2017 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Innovation. TruTag provides instant, on-product authentication throughout the supply chain and across industries
Grand prize offered in one of three areas: food and beverage safety, 3D printing, and bioseparations.
Taking pharma sourcing and procurement to the next level
At this time, the 13 recalled lots of Mylan EpiPens identified – distributed between Dec. 17, 2015, and July 1, 2016 – are the only EpiPen impacted by the United States.
The Facility of the Year Awards recognize state-of-the-art projects using new technologies to improve product quality, reduce the cost of producing high-quality medicines and demonstrate advances in project delivery
New infographic and report from PMMI discusses pharmaceutical and medical device market trends
According to a recent report, pharmaceutical recalls were down significantly – 20 percent – but medical device recalls were at their highest level since 2000
According to a recent report, the growth of the global market is driven by increasing demand of tissues and organs for transplantation and advancements in 3D bioprinting technology
Allergan has paid RetroSense a $60 million upfront payment, and has agreed to potential regulatory and commercialization milestone payments
Capsugel, a global leader in delivering high-quality, innovative dosage forms and solutions, today announced that it is expanding its micro-dosing services offering for early-phase feasibility work.
The combined portfolio is said to be the widest range of high-end sealing solutions and process consumables for pharmaceutical and bio-processing applications
Vetter’s second office in the region will strengthen customer relations and help develop new business among emerging and established Japanese companies
Telstar recently completed two new pharmaceutical manufacturing plants for Bangladesh-based Square Pharmaceuticals, a CMO with plans to process liquid and solid dose forms in the new facilities.
Google’s life science unit has partnered with drugmaker Sanofi to bring new technology to diabetes treatment.