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Picking Green Fruit at Pfizer

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Pfizer is recognized as a clear leader in environmental stewardship. We talk with Chaz Calitri, senior director of Pfizer Global Engineering, about low-hanging fruit in energy management and what’s yet to be reached.

New Technologies: Valves, Pumps, and Fluid Control

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A product round-up of valves, pumps and other fluid control devices.

Pharma Sustainability Is on a Roll

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Drug industry environmental stewardship projects are becoming more sophisticated and challenging. Here are examples from AstraZeneca, Bayer, DSM, Pfizer, and EMD Millipore

Automating Microscope-Based Particle Counting

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New methods add speed and accuracy to the traditional challenge of counting particles in various pharmaceutical applications.

Don’t Drift Out of Control—Part 2

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Reduce calibration costs and improve sensor integrity through statistical analysis in a validated environment.

RMM Roundup: A Focus on Fast

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Rapid microbiological methods continue to be developed in order to support or supplant compendial methods.

Optimizing precision blending of tablets

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Tumble blender technology can enhance the speed and homogeneous blending of tablets and capsules with trace levels of additives

Management of Change: Every Plant for Itself!

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In the absence of FDA guidance, each company or facility must develop its own approaches to change management. Fortunately, OSHA offers a model.

The Pulse of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

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The big picture has changed very little in ten years. While pointing out root causes, observers also see reasons for optimism.

Team of the Year (Small Company): Organogenesis' Apligraf Manufacturing Team

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The Apligraf manufacturing team at Organogenesis is Pharmaceutical Manufacturing's Team of the Year among teams at small manufacturers.

Tools to Keep Pharma Fluids Flowing

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An assortment of pump and valve innovations help provide clean process efficiencies.

Beyond the Mandates: Finding Business Value in Mass Serialization and Supply ...

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Tunnell Consulting’s Carla Reed provides a six-step approach for establishing drug products’ digital DNA, with an eye towards ROI as well as compliance.

Automating Blood Cell Population Separation

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Industry collaboration delivers good manufacturing practices approach to peripheral blood mononuclear cells separation

Air-Coupled Acoustics: Sound PAT for Tablet Characterization

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A non-destructive, online technique aims to meet the increasing demands of tablet quality.

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.

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.

Team of the Year 2008: Wyeth SQE Demands Excellence in Supply

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Wyeth’s SQE team has dramatically improved its raw material and packaging supply system, and is just getting warmed up.

An Open and Shut Case: The Latest in Valves for Bio

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From disposables to diaphragms, a look at what’s new in valves for biopharma.

Validating Sterile Filtration: Overcome the Fear of Failure

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Common practices, including the selection of model organism, reflect lack of process knowledge. Are they driven by science, irrational fear, or marketing?

Production Planning Amid Uncertainty

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Production planning is hard enough, but when uncertainty peaks, the challenges are compounded.

The Supply Chain: Where Push and Pull Are Friends

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For supply chain success, abandon dogma and seek a hybrid approach. McKinsey & Co.'s Knut Alicke, Ulf Schrader and Christoph Karrer explain.

Single-Use Trends Boosting Adoption

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The latest industry survey shows application trends, and areas where end users would like to see improvement

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.

Prioritizing Goals by Applying Options Thinking

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Manufacturing decisions are complex and fraught with risk. Applying systematic methods can improve results and increase value, whether on the corporate or on the local operational level.

Design Simulation for Warehouse Temperature Control

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Airflow simulation can ensure tight temperature control for key drugs, before the storage space is built

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