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New business management solutions offer end-to-end manufacturing connections
How pharma companies fair on Glassdoor.
Can the industry fix its image problem?
The latest technologies build on past innovations to boost efficiency for manufacturers.
ADC BIO’s innovative technology is helping to usher in oncology’s new age of therapeutic agents
Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing’s souped-up isolator system offers a first-of-its-kind process for sterile manufacturing
Last year, the FDA once again set a new record for new drug approvals and far surpassed its 10-year average.
In the coming year, several drugs that treat a range of diseases will far surpass the $1 billion blockbuster mark and continue to grow.
A mix of the biggest hits from 2018
As Pharmaceutical Manufacturing sends its final issue of 2018 to the printer, we’d like to take this opportunity to reflect on some of our favorite highlights:
From minor updates to high-tech changes, vendors are helping pharma meet strict cleanroom standards
Top five sights from our Netherlands biopharma industry tour
It’s that time of year when watching a movie means snuggling up to a blood-curdling tale that will make you want to hide under the covers.
Five leaders from the industry join Putman’s inaugural class of winners
Using the data deluge for better decision-making on the plant floor
Here’s a current look at some of the costliest, most revolutionary and in some cases, controversial, therapies on the market.
Great things in pharma are coming in smaller packaging systems
One year after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico's pharma industry is standing its ground. The post-Maria effort from the pharmaceutical industry, like that of Puerto Rico as a whole, is a story about resilience.
How new fluid control technology is keeping drug innovation in motion
Which drugs will reign supreme in six years? It’s not too soon to roll out a crystal ball and make predictions.
Why building smaller manufacturing plants is the next big thing
Big ideas are meeting the challenge of manufacturing in a tighter space
An understanding of how ingredients affect the entire process helps improve quality
The latest devices add a personal touch to taking meds.