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The next decade of cleanrooms

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OPERATIONS: Pre-fab and modular cleanrooms are on the rise, but stick-built still dominate.

Pharma's struggle to find balance

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Other manufacturing sectors, such as automotive, food and electronics, have long used automated technology in their factories. However, it has been difficult for the pharmaceutical industry to implement automation and other industrial technologies on quite the same scale.

The future of cold chain logistics

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Enhanced tracking technology is now enabling faster, more accurate transparency in the movement of pharma products.

Secure data transfer in the supply chain

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How blockchain technology can help create secure document trails and facilitate efficient audits

6 pharma supply chain innovations that are worth the investment

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To increase profitability, the health care industry must leverage advanced technology to create efficient processes and reduce costs.

How tech plays a critical role in meeting upcoming DSCSA deadlines

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With less than a month to go until these new regulations take effect, even the most prepared companies will encounter stark realities.

Lilly plans $400M manufacturing investment

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Eli Lilly and Co. has announced a manufacturing expansion in Indianapolis that will add 100 new high-skilled jobs to its operations.

Pfizer nabs FDA approval for Humira biosim

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Abrilada is the fifth Humira biosimilar approved in the U.S. and will join generics from Mylan, Samsung Bioepis and Sandoz when AbbVie's blockbuster has its patent expire in 2023.

Product Focus: Manufacturing meets Industry 4.0

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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.

Why IIoT can make the pharma cold chain safer and more efficient

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The demands for pharmaceutical cold-chain capacity and compliance are on the rise.

Sanofi employees in Bangladesh plan hunger strike protest

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Sanofi’s workforce in Bangladesh is demanding compensation packages and threatening to take extreme measures if the demands aren’t met.

Evolving risks in continuous manufacturing

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Making the switch to continuous creates new challenges for risk management and insurance coverage

eBook: Pharma Innovation 2019

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Getting safety stock just right

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Preventing drug shortages with cognitive automation

Irish Novartis workers ‘shocked’ by layoff announcement

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About 320 workers at a Novartis plant in Ringaskiddy, Ireland found out this week that their jobs are going to be cut.

How automating your pharma packaging process reduces risk

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Each manual step in the process introduces the potential for errors, a fear for every pharma and medical device company.

Finalists announced for CPhI Worldwide Awards

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CPhI Worldwide has revealed the finalists for the annual CPhI Pharma Awards.

From run-to-failure maintenance to predictive maintenance: A case study

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DATA MANAGEMENT: How one company used IIoT to go from a run-to-failure mentality to proactively preventing breakdowns.

How does the Purdue deal compare to the largest settlements in pharma history?

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Purdue Pharma is pushing for a massive settlement to deal with thousands of opioid-related lawsuits.

Tech transfer: The starting point for full digital transformation

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The solution to maximizing speed, accuracy and cost-efficiency is to digitize tech transfer across the entire product lifecycle

How to find the right CDMO partner in pharma

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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.

How Novartis’ data manipulation case is a cautionary tale for transparency

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“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.

Product Focus: Signed, sealed, delivered

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Innovative packaging and labeling solutions help pharma manufacturers finish the job

7 of the biggest pharma bankruptcies this year

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What’s causing drug companies to go bust

Gene therapies: On the rise

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Inside the industry's struggle to produce gene therapies on a higher level

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