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If the serial acquirers dont kill us, theyll make us stronger.
Consultant Steve Sawin answers our questions about managing contingent labor.
As FDA probes the connection between workforce training and quality, manufacturers must do the same.
How drug manufacturers can overcome the "44th Hour Problem" and other challenges associated with a variable workforce.
As drug manufacturers struggle to train their workers, solution providers step in to help.
It may be hard to find good help, but its also hard to find good work.
If Ashton Kutcher were in pharma, hed be on LinkedIn.
Digital signatures have grown in sophistication and import, becoming a staple of serious and compliant drug manufacturers, explains SAFE-Biopharma's Mollie Shields-Uehling.
A look into the laboratory's integrated, and on-demand, future with Thermo Fisher expert Kim Shah.
Lean Six Sigma, expertise in microbiology, and shop-floor experience all contribute to running a flexible, efficient contract facility, says DPTs new director of sterile ops.
Is pharma's transformation from a batch-only universe now upon us?
After evaluating technologies, Lonza Biologics is implementing a Raman-based raw materials identification process. QC manager Derek Hubley explains why, and how.
With real-time, wireless and other new monitoring technologies, pharma gains better control of temperature, pressure, humidity, and more.
A gradual transition to better C&Q practices is warranted, as is "getting rid of wasteful, bureaucratic practices that have developed over the years," says Abbott's David Dolgin.
Leveraging PAT and QbD promises significant environmental dividends
Feeding the minds of tomorrow's science-based professionals . . . with cookies.
FDA warning letters and 483's continue to point to a need for better metal detection and removal.
Can a whirlwind trip to India's pharma facilities prove skeptics wrong?
Cost of Quality, far from an accounting exercise, is designed to get employees to rally around continuous improvement.
Rhythm wheels and workflow leveling may be the secret to a Lean Lab, says Grange Castle's Ciaran Crosbie.
Cangene's Jeffery Hartry shares best practices on inculcating risk management thinking and practices across an entire organization.
Contract partnerships inevitably have hiccups, and MQA's ensure they're dealt with quickly and systematically, says Pharmaceutics International's Alex McClung.
During a legislative lull, drug manufacturers muster up momentum to implement electronic pedigree programs.
From disposables to diaphragms, a look at whats new in valves for biopharma.
In an era of job instability and frayed nerves, pharmaceutical workers are reconnecting with whats important to them, and turning to each other for support.