Drug Delivery

Sep 28, 2017
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Nemera is now authorized to handle, assemble, sterilize, and store pharmaceutical drugs and medicinal products for autoinjector combination products at its facility in Neuenburg, Germany.
Sep 26, 2017
PTSM: Pharmaceutical Technology Sourcing and Management
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
UPS has revealed a new system to improve drug supply chain security, in compliance with the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA).
Sep 02, 2017
Pharmaceutical Technology
Considerations in selecting a dosage form for drug delivery to the lungs.
Sep 01, 2017
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pulmonary drug delivery is becoming increasingly used. When developing pulmonary drugs, pharmaceutical chemists must consider drug absorption, control of particle size, suitable toxicology models, and patient compliance. The author reviews the issues specific to developing drugs designed for pulmonary delivery and considers how—with the right knowledge and expertise—these challenges can be overcome.
Aug 15, 2017
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Catalent Applied Drug Delivery Institute (CADDI) announced that Jim Spavins, a veteran pharmaceutical industry executive, has joined the institute’s advisory board.
Aug 02, 2017
Pharmaceutical Technology
Safe and effective drug targeting with ADCs requires careful selection of drug, antibody, and linker.
Aug 02, 2017
Pharmaceutical Technology
Safe and effective drug targeting with ADCs requires careful selection of drug, antibody, and linker. 
Jul 25, 2017
PTSM: Pharmaceutical Technology Sourcing and Management
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Recipharm set up a manufacturing line at its facility in Sweden using LIDD’s NanoZolid technology.
Jul 21, 2017
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Catalent Applied Drug Delivery Institute announced a partnership with Rutgers University to examine the challenges of pediatric drug formulation and delivery.
Jul 12, 2017
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
New study shows that an antimicrobial peptide packaged in a silicon nanoparticle significantly reduced bacteria load in the lungs of mice infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
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