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Making the case for Indian generic drug manufacturing

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In response to the growing regulatory environment, pharmaceutical companies in India continue to strengthen their processes, while improving automation, operating procedures and quality management systems.

Product Focus: Optimizing your ebb and flow

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New approaches to fluid control enhance pharma manufacturing

Retrofitting batch with single-use

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Automation & Control: Single-use technologies offer multiple benefits for those who can overcome instrumentation challenges.

Product Focus: The drug delivery link

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Innovations in materials and components play a critical role in protecting product quality

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

The MLCM Paradigm Shift

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Quality & Compliance: Analytical methods based on performance are quickly becoming a compliance expectation.

QbD and Drug Packaging and Delivery: A Guide to Creating Safer Components

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The increase in injectable biologic and biosimilar treatments is requiring a stronger focus on quality requirements with respect to how the drugs are packaged and delivered.

Analyzing for Elemental Impurities

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Understanding new guidance from the USP so that you can determine which approach to adopt when performing elemental impurity analysis.

Unpacking the Complexity of Biologic Drug Containment

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Thinking differently about material selection and system integration for biologics

2018 Pharma Innovation Awards

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A much-deserved celebration of manufacturing technologies, hand-picked by Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Product Focus: Environmental Controls

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Product Focus: Environmental Controls -- Pharma manufacturers must optimize their operations and controls — while adhering to strict regulatory guidelines — in order to maintain quality and increase efficiency.

Henry Ford Had It Right

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Hand-made to assembly lines, now, to automated production

Leaders of the Pack

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How contract packagers are accelerating pharma packaging innovation.

Cleanroom System Components: How To Select a Pass-Thru Airlock

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How To Select a Pass-Thru Airlock for your cleanroom system.

Drug Stability Testing and Analytics

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New challenges signify the need for a more unified biopharmaceutical industry

Investment in Biopharma Facilities Continues

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Many new facilities are designed for flexibility, combined with low-cost, highly efficient manufacturing

Q&A: Pharma's Evolving Packaging Systems

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With Pharma EXPO just two months away, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing discusses the challenges of today's quickly changing packaging systems with Jerry Martin, pharmaceutical and life sciences consultant to PMMI, The Association of Packaging and Processing Technologies.

Key Elements to Consider When Packaging Parenteral Products

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With a complete understanding of processes and test methods, sub-visible particles and bacterial endotoxins can be reduced to acceptable levels.

Mass Measurement Precision of Small Objects in Pharmaceutical Production

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Well-known shortcomings of customary, online weight measurements systems are discussed, especially for industrial applications in the pharmaceutical industry.

The Expanding Role of X-ray Analysis

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New techniques are expanding the role of X-ray analytical technologies to range from drug discovery to quality control

Identifying Contaminants in Pharmaceutical Manufacture

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In-process testing for contaminants is only as good as the methods used, so employing carefully developed and validated protocols is essential

On the Cusp of Change

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Parenteral drug manufacturers are sharpening capabilities and coming into their own

What Is the ICH and What Does It Do?

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International Conference on Harmonization represents the countries interested in unified standards

Paradise Lost

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Misdirection in the implementation of isolation technology

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.

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