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Your Career: Making the Most of Mergers & Acquisitions

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Mergers and acquisitions are unpredictable; you’re best bet is to remain flexible.

Roche Gets to the Core of MES

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The manufacturer’s global rollout of a centralized MES system will not happen quickly or easily, but is already resulting in error and deviation reductions in the 80%-90% range.

OEE at Teva: Leveraging the Simplest KPI

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Teva Parenteral Medicines is realizing the initial benefits of an overall equipment effectiveness program, with an eye towards less downtime and greater productivity sitewide.

PharmaView: Via the Blog, a Pharma Star is Reborn

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By blogging and networking, Michelle Alton beat the unemployment blues.

Are Biosimilars Bound for No Man’s Land?

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Follow-on biologics regulation could stifle the innovation that defines and drives the biopharmaceutical industry, say two of Deloitte’s leading experts in the area.

Bioprocess Sensors: PAT Means Proliferation

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There’s a burgeoning market out there for products that can help manufacturers monitor complex bioprocesses.

For Measurement Technologies, It’s a Smaller World After All

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A look at Endress + Hauser’s shrinking vision of the future, and a roundup of the latest level, flow, pressure, and temperature products for pharma applications.

Flexible Pharma: Puzzling Out the Plant of the Future

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The need to improve agility and reduce financial risk is driving new approaches to plant design and operation, and the use of new technologies. Industry experts look at the future pharmaceutical plant from all angles.

Equipment Roundup: For Measurement Technologies, It’s a Smaller World After All

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A look at Endress + Hauser’s shrinking vision of the future, and a roundup of the latest level, flow, pressure, and temperature products for pharma applications.

Handheld Equipment Roundup: Portable Pharma

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Handheld devices—rugged, robust, ones—are proliferating in pharma’s plants, labs, and warehouses. Here’s a look at what’s at your fingertips.

Pharma’s Green Evolution

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Big Pharma has gone green, but smaller manufacturers have yet to flip the switch, say industry experts and our own survey.

Is It Time for PAT to Go Green?

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Process analytical technologies have paid off for quality and efficiency, so why not sustainability, asks GSK’s Darryl Ertl.

Not-So-Trivial Cleanroom Pursuits

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A look at clothing and equipment that are advancing the art of keeping operators safe and cleanrooms contaminant-free.

Can Sustainability Help Pharma Sustain Itself?

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A talk with Rockwell’s Marcia Walker about why sustainability makes sense for pharma, and how it can be achieved.

User-Driven HAPI Manufacturing at Metrics

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A formulation development scientist, rather than an engineer, led the rollout of Metrics, Inc.’s new cytotoxic suite and the design of its flexible, but standardized isolator ports. Metrics’ director of potent pharmaceutical development Joe Cascone tells why, and what has resulted.

Patheon Puts Its Money Where Its Mouth Is

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Patheon’s metrics have improved to the point that it is incorporating on-time delivery guarantees and other new wrinkles into its contracts.

PharmaView: Pharma CMOs, Meet Web 2.0

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How do you rate? With goBalto, your clients can tell all.

Eluding the OpEx Black Hole

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When it comes to operational excellence initiatives, middle managers are often seen as the problem—a black hole, if you will—but can be the solution.

Value-Adding Valves

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From plant to process, having the right valve in place, and healthy, can save time, energy, money and, yes, headaches.

Regulatory Babel: Another Case for Harmonization

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Novo Nordisk’s Birgitte Holst makes the case for getting global regulators on the same page more often.

Best Practices for Cancer APIs

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Ash Stevens shares information gained from years in the business, and how it will make a new CMC alliance work with various partners.

Pumps Hit Their Prime

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OEMs continue to improve technologies for moving and dispensing liquids and other sensitive products, but manufacturers often fail to do due diligence in selecting the right technology.

Big Steps, Shrinking Footprint at Novartis

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Novartis has made responsible energy usage part of its modus operandi, says Environment and Energy Manager Markus Lehni.

Erosion Control: 2009 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey

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With corporate structures and loyalties crumbling, our annual readers’ survey suggests that the key to job security is to stay relevant, connected, and nimble.

Data Loggers: There’s No Such Thing as TMI

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Too much information? Not in today’s pharma plant, which means the need for advanced data loggers is greater than ever.

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