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Unplugged: Developing Standards for Wireless Automation

ISA 100.11a and WirelessHART both seek to become the global standard for industrial wireless automation.
May 2, 2008

ISA 100.11a and WirelessHART both seek to become the global standard for industrial wireless automation.

Foam Granulation Technology Update and Future Applications

Paul Sheskey of Dow Chemical provides an update on foam granulation technology.
May 1, 2008

Paul Sheskey of Dow Chemical provides an update on foam granulation technology.

Developments in Scanning Electron Microscopy for Tablet and Granule Characterization

Recent advances in SEM, particularly the incorporation of automation and software, have made simpler, lower-end SEM instruments easy to operate and have improved the capabilities of larger, sophisticated instruments.
May 1, 2008

Recent advances in SEM, particularly the incorporation of automation and software, have made simpler, lower-end SEM instruments easy to operate and have improved the capabilities of larger, sophisticated instruments.

Australia, Sweden Issue Heparin Recalls, UK Issues Alert

Apr 30, 2008

Problems associated with contamination of heparin products continue after worldwide recalls in March in the United States, Italy, France, and Denmark.

USP to Help Develop New Heparin Contaminant Testing

Apr 22, 2008

The United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) has agreed to work with the US Food and Drug Administration on developing more sensitive tests for detecting contaminants such as over-sulfated chondroitin, which was found in batches of heparin last January.

Researchers Reach Femtogram-Level Chemical Characterization

Apr 10, 2008

Combining atomic force microscopy and infrared spectroscopy, scientists at the University of Illinois have demonstrated a method for simultaneous structural and chemical characterization of samples at the femtogram (10-15g) level.

Automation Institute Demonstrates ISA100.11a Wireless Prototype

Apr 3, 2008

One more step closer to finalization, the ISA 100 Wireless Compliance Institute presented a live demonstration of a prototype of the ISA 1001.11a wireless standard-based products at the 2008 Wireless Conference in Chongquing, China.

Promising Results Pave the Way to Inhaled TB Vaccine

Mar 25, 2008

Scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have successfully tested a new inhaled tuberculosis (TB) vaccine.

FDA Clarifies Its Role in Heparin Investigations

Mar 20, 2008

Hoping to provide a better understanding of its role in the heparin contamination investigations, the US Food and Drug Administration has posted a series of information sheets on its website.

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