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Pharmaceutical Technology and Pharmaceutical Technology Europe magazines welcome manuscripts on subjects pertinent to all aspects of drug development. See the following PDFs for more information on article contributions.

Pharmaceutical Technology North America

Guidelines for Authors

Guidelines for Supplements

Guidelines for Sourcing and Management eNewsletter

2014 Editorial Calendar

Pharmaceutical Technology Europe

Guidelines for Authors

2014 Editorial Calendar


Pharm Tech Talk

We also welcome contributed posts on our blog, PharmTech Talk, and encourage readers to leave comments. For information on blogging for PharmTech Talk, contact Rita Peters, the Editorial Director.

If you have any questions, please Contact the Editors.

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