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Troubleshooting Tableting

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Anything from excess moisture to variable API loading can affect tablet quality. PAT methods and equipment innovations can reduce variability.

Quantifying Humidity's Impact on Powder Processing

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Dynamic test methods assess moisture to improve process understanding and development

Hands-on air handling

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Operations: How air handling units can be the source of significant carbon and cost savings.

Efficient Analysis of Volatiles and Non-Volatiles Using a Single TOF-MS ...

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In analytical and pharmaceutical development operations, a wide variety of molecules can be encountered. Most of these molecules are typically non-volatiles and are analyzed by LC and LCMS techniques. However, some types of analyses utilize GC and GCMS as the analytical technique of choice since ...

Building Strengths in Healthcare Supply Chain

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As operations become more complex, even small improvements in efficiency can translate into huge savings

Streamlining Single-Use Processing on a Global Scale

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Streamlining Single-Use Processing on a Global Scale. Harmonization across global single-use processing operations delivers the efficiencies, cost savings and quality critical for success

A New Paradigm for Achieving Regulatory Compliance

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There’s great value to be had migrating to a single platform for building management, process automation and environmental monitoring

Maximizing Uptime for Mission-Critical Manufacturing Units

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Look past the equipment costs and concentrate on operating costs and the potential costs of downtime, and consider energy-efficient designs. Decisions should be guided by the Three Rs: redundancy, reliability and recovery.

Advanced Analytics Improve Biopharma Operations

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Companies that use advanced analytics to improve operations have the potential to transform the biopharmaceutical manufacturing industry

Team of the Year 2008 (Small Manufacturer): Organogenesis' Every Day People

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The Apligraf manufacturing team at Organogenesis can’t afford to let its guard down, watching over every unit of product.

Flexible Pharma: Puzzling Out the Plant of the Future

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The need to improve agility and reduce financial risk is driving new approaches to plant design and operation, and the use of new technologies. Industry experts look at the future pharmaceutical plant from all angles.

How Cabinet X-Ray Systems Enhance Product Purity

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A look at the benefits of cabinet x-rays, and tips for operation, safety, and compliance.

Visualizing the Dynamics of Fluid-Bed Dryers

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A team at the University of Saskatchewan is applying tomography to the study of fluid bed dryers in a bid to make proper operation of the equipment easier and clearer.

Webcast: Driving Innovation From Strategy to Execution: Product and Service ...

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No business function operates alone. Each worker, department, and subsidiary is a link in a long value chain that also includes contractors, suppliers, and even customers.

Benefit From Better Pharmaceutical Processing Control

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Automating valve operation makes continuous processing possible

Critical Success Factors in Raw Material Storage & Conveyance

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Correct design basis requires deep understanding of raw material characteristics and facility conditions

Bioreactor Operational Excellence: Best Practices from Scale-up to Control

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In biomanufacturing, knowledge of scale-up, processing and control should be shared and documented in order to achieve and sustain operational excellence.

Honing the Competitive Edge

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Pharma continues its leaning efforts to cut waste and improve operations

Augmenting our Ability to Succeed

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Creating a synergistic relationship between humans and technology yields greater productivity, control and reliability in a workspace

How Data is Changing the Pharma Operations World

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Data is changing the pharma operations world by turning a buzzword into exponential impact.

Downstream Bioprocessing: More is More

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: What's good for upstream processes -- higher concentration levels for MAbs and proteins -- can strain downstream operations, forcing manufacturers to rethink the purification train.

Powder Blending From Art to Science

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Dry powder blending may be the most widely recognized unit operation in pharmaceutical manufacturing, but it’s also one of the least understood. The uniqueness of each individual drug formulation assures that no two blending processes can ever be identical.

Liquid Mixing: Solid Challenges

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Pharmaceutical processing & engineering: Liquid mixing and blending would seem to be among the most straightforward of pharmaceutical manufacturing unit operations. Mechanical process mixers have been on the market for more than 100 years, and not much separates mixers for drug making from those ...

S88 Redefines Clean in Place Operations

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Object-oriented programming and class-based programming simplify design, testing and validation of reusable modules, such as those found in CIP processes.

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