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From increased connectivity throughout operations to better data analysis and automation tools, vendors have innovated solutions to transform every stage of production.
Can SUT hang on to its momentum in the next decade, or will stainless steel bioreactors rise again?
The demands for pharmaceutical cold-chain capacity and compliance are on the rise.
Making the switch to continuous creates new challenges for risk management and insurance coverage
Getting industrial instrumentation to operate effectively on office networks can be frustrating, but WirelessHART can help
Preventing drug shortages with cognitive automation
Pharma needs to rally behind digital if it wants to see real change
Each manual step in the process introduces the potential for errors, a fear for every pharma and medical device company.
VIDEO: Pharma career and salary survey results
DATA MANAGEMENT: How one company used IIoT to go from a run-to-failure mentality to proactively preventing breakdowns.
Is the luster of digital transformation in pharma fading?
Purdue Pharma is pushing for a massive settlement to deal with thousands of opioid-related lawsuits.
The solution to maximizing speed, accuracy and cost-efficiency is to digitize tech transfer across the entire product lifecycle
Taking into account the hundreds of pharmaceutical CDMOs out there to choose from, picking the right CDMO can quickly become a daunting task. The good news is there are a couple of deciding factors that remain constant industry wide.
Two standout industry leaders from this year's class of honorees
“Seeing something and saying something” can be applied to the life sciences when a lack of transparency could result in a company facing stiff regulatory action.
Innovative packaging and labeling solutions help pharma manufacturers finish the job
Quality & Compliance: The maturation of the cloud makes adoption of proactive quality risk management possible.
How new formulations can improve solubility and lower the pill burden of kinase inhibitors
For many years, air freight has been the dominant transportation mode for pharmaceutical manufacturers to move products internationally. But now, some pharma companies are actively choosing slower but far less expensive ocean freight over air shipping.
Operations: How air handling units can be the source of significant carbon and cost savings.
What’s causing drug companies to go bust
Pharma's gene therapy dreams need to be tethered with a plan
Inside the industry's struggle to produce gene therapies on a higher level