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The Importance of Online Analysis in Solvent Recovery

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Solvent recovery in pharmaceutical processes is essential to contamination control and cost savings, and can be maximized through online reaction monitoring.

Aqueous Film Coating: Get It Right the First Time

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: Film coating of tablets is an unforgiving process. It demands consistent tablet hardness, as well as controlled spray rates, temperature and drying air flow rates. Although automation is improving, the process cannot be fully controlled by a computer.

Big Meeting or Interview? Consult this Checklist for Success

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: Here are some steps to ensure that you can make a positive impression and that you are ready for business when you walk out that door.

If You Blow the Whistle, Are You Protected?

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: The Sarbanes-Oxley Act has added a wrinkle to whistleblower protections first outlined in 1989. This exhaustive research by Harvard third-year law student John Rouse outlines protections for FDA and private-sector pharmaceutical employees, with a special ...

AstraZeneca’s Culture of Empowerment

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: Cross-functional teams are achieving the remarkable at Astra-Zeneca’s sites in Newark, Del.; Westborough, Mass.; and elsewhere.

Project Management: Know When to Use SOPs, and When Not To

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There is a time and place for standard operating procedures in pharmaceutical projects, but good project management includes knowing when SOPs might do more harm than good.

Tech Transfer and Quality Rule at BMS Tech Ops, Ireland

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: The secret to Bristol-Myers Squibb's success in Ireland, says VP and GM John Nason, has been clear work plans and a focus on quality compliance.

Encapsulating Success

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: High Point, N.C.-based Banner Pharmacaps is pushing the encapsulation envelope with veggie-based and anti-counterfeiting products, but manufacturing challenges abound, explains Aqeel Fatmi, Ph.D., global VP of R&D, in this exclusive Q&A.

PAT in Perspective: To Outsource or Not to Outsource . . .

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: A consultant ponders the question, as it relates to NIR and pharmaceutical process analytical technology (PAT) projects that require a high level of hard-to-find technical expertise.

Making the Most of Drug Development Data

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: Improving time to market requires finding — and sharing — the right information at the right time. A benchmarking survey reveals that pharma and biopharma still have a long way to go.

Cost-Driven Chromatography

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: Economics is driving bioseparations that minimize waste and maximize output, and moving continuous chromatography into some small-molecule niches.

RFID Standards and Drug Security in the Year Ahead

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Neither UHF nor HF is going to be a slam dunk for e-pedigrees. RFID development will be similar to that of bar coding. AIM Global's Bert Moore provides an update on standards and research into how radio frequency impacts drug product.

New Ideas Hatch in Process Development

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All across all the chemical industry, from the realm of high-volume, low-margin bulk petrochemicals to high-added-value fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals, new products, and the processes to make them, are constantly under development, albeit more slowly and more methodically than in some other ...

Proactive Ergonomics

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Progressive programs at Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Biogen Idec are raising the bar for pharmaceutical manufacturing.

IQPC’s Philly Conference Focuses on ROI, Management Issues

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Emil Ciurczak reviews December’s conference, which broke with tradition by focusing more on the business than the technical side of PAT.

Wyeth Carolina Uses PAT to Monitor an Oxygen-Sensitive New Parenteral

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Close teamwork, and incorporating validation criteria into the FAT test, helped Wyeth’s team meet a tight drug approval and commercialization timeline.

Grooming the Celtic Tiger for Drugmaking Dominance

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In this audio interview, Niall O'Donnellan, manager of life sciences and chemicals at Enterprise Ireland discusses developments in pharmaceutical manufacturing on the Emerald Isle. Enterprise Ireland is the government agency charged with stimulating entrepreneurship and the development of new ...

PAT in Perspective: Estimate PAT’s Real Costs

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Don’t be “penny-wise but pound-foolish” during early planning and budgeting stages, and never base decisions on equipment sticker prices without considering savings in time to market.

"What's In It for Me?" Taking PAT to the Executive Suite, Part 2

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In this audio interview at his offices in Dublin, Paraic O'Toole, CEO of Automsoft, talks about the issues affecting PAT's future. Instead of thinking "technology," he says, corporate executives should view PAT as a tool to improve share prices and profitability. PhRMA could play a far more ...

"What's In It for Me?" Taking PAT to the Executive Suite, Part 1

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In this audio interview at his offices in Dublin, Paraic O'Toole, CEO of Automsoft, talks about the issues affecting PAT's future. Instead of thinking "technology," he says, corporate executives should view PAT as a tool to improve share prices and profitability. PhRMA could play a far more ...

Therapeutic Dose: For Business Ethics, Baxter Tries the Ripple Effect

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Stewardship concerns led Baxter Healthcare to create EthicsKit, an online guide to building an ethics program from scratch. Integrity led the company to share it.

Validating the Validators

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To address the need for ongoing training in validation, many scientific and engineering professional associations, such as ISPE, have developed programs designed to ensure competence in key areas of practice. Within Puerto Rico, industry leaders have gone one step further, by establishing a ...

Visuality at J&J’s PSGA Manati

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Operations Excellence Leader and Master Black Belt Giselle Rodriguez describes how Visual methods are helping her site and its teams on their journey to operational excellence.

The Visual Pharmaceutical Workplace

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Imagine a highway system without signs and you’ll understand why so many drug manufacturing facilities fail to reach their potential. Visuality is key to achieving operational excellence.

Creative Isolation: Ensuring the Success of Containment Projects

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Working with the right people and paying strict attention to the process at hand are critical, say two experts from CH2M Hill Lockwood Greene’s Puerto Rico office.

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