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Q&A: Addressing Drug Supply Chain Security

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Serialization and regulatory compliance strategies pharmaceutical manufacturers should consider when addressing drug supply chain security

MICRODYN-NADIR Acquires TriSep Corp.

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The acquisition will allow MICRODYN-NADIR to be a one-stop shop with a wide range of membrane filtration products

Planting the Seed for Speed

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iBio’s commercial-scale biotherapeutics manufacturing facility built speed and flexibility into every step – from initial design and construction to daily operations

Staying Ahead of New Statutes

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Impending serialization regulations are driving trends in pharma

Pfizer Remains Intact; No Plans to Split into Two

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Although considering a split into two companies for more than two years, the company said it would not create any shareholder value

Transparency: A Vital Ingredient for Safe, Effective Medicines

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By making the cloud the heart of their networks, companies are adapting quality systems to address supply chain risks

Packaging, Labeling, Serialization Expert Forum: demand for second-user ...

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What the key drivers behind the recent upsurge in demand for second-user manufacturing and packaging

Ensuring Batch-to-Batch Repeatability in Sanitary Processes

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Quality control in batch production of products like pharmaceuticals and food can be a real challenge. Ideally, once a batch process is set up properly, every subsequent batch should be identical: the “golden batch.”

All-Star Innovators 2016

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Pharma’s all-star technology leaders are swinging for the fences

Creating Value from Smart Manufacturing

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Companies implementing smart manufacturing often find themselves awash in data; manufacturing data store concepts can turn these raw numbers into actionable information

2016 Pharmaceutical Equipment Buying Trends

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As the pharma industry undergoes significant change, spending for innovative equipment and technologies is escalating to meet new demands

Specifying Instruments to Meet Pharmaceutical Hygienic Requirements

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Industry standards help guide process instrument selection in pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing environments, but further judgment is often required

Putting Quality on Trial

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Matching the quality function to the unique challenges of development

Capsugel Expands Micro-Dosing Services to Help Accelerate Customers' Product ...

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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.

Mitigating the Fall: Profitability Beyond the Blockbuster

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Branded pharma strategizes to stay profitable despite expiring patents

Replicating Success: Scaling Up Quality Transformation

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Four proven approaches to replicating success of a pilot quality transformation throughout the network

Eight Practices for Sustaining Quality Transformations

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Many quality transformations fail to maintain momentum once the most pressing issues have been corrected

INTERPHEX Announces 2016 Exhibitor Awards

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Six companies recognized for innovative pharma/biopharma technologies

Harnessing the Power Potential of the Sun

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How RAM Pharma reduced energy costs by installing a solar steam generation system

Solving Solubility Woes

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Capsugel’s customized solutions advance challenging compounds

Vaccine Temperature Monitoring in Pharma Facilities

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How to choose the right continual monitoring system for your vaccine monitoring application

'Future-proofing' Serialization Solutions

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The key to creating an optimal implementation strategy is to select a serialization solution that has strong capabilities at all levels of technology

Teva-Allergan Deal Gets EU Antitrust Approval

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The European Union announced on Thursday that it had given the okay for Teva Pharmaceuticals’ $40.5 billion deal to buy Allergan's generic drug business, provided the companies sell some operations in Europe to ease antitrust concerns.

Five Questions Large Molecule CMOs Want to Be Asked

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The complexity of biologics makes it imperative to consider some tough questions that need asking when seeking a more specialized large molecule CMO.

As the Pharma World Turns

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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing’s readers continue to find career satisfaction despite the industry’s day-to-day drama

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