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DPT Expands Capacity with New High-Speed Bottle-Filling Center at San Antonio Site
CDMO DPT Laboratories, a specialist in semi-solid and liquid dosage forms, announced that it has implemented a high-speed bottle-filling center at its San Antonio location.
Using Flow Sensors as Diagnostic Tools
Changes in compressed air consumption are an early indicator of problems that need correction.
Evaluating Cross-Contamination Risk of Highly Potent APIs
Manufacturers using highly potent APIs must examine cross-contamination routes and determine acceptable limits.
Pharma Outsourcing Driving Need for Cloud-Based Services
Multidirectional collaboration is critical for the new pharma business model; cloud-based information services can offer a communications alternative.
FDA and NIH Win Award for IP Licensing of Meningitis Vaccine
Partnership is awarded for licensing of low-cost vaccine for the treatment of bacterial meningitis.
DPT Expands Capacity with New High-Speed Bottle-Filling Center at San Antonio Site
CDMO DPT Laboratories, a specialist in semi-solid and liquid dosage forms, announced that it has implemented a high-speed bottle-filling center at its San Antonio location.
Argos Therapeutics Breaks Ground on Biomanufacturing Facility
The new Argos biomanufacturing facility in North Carolina will include automated production using the company's Arcelis technology.
Lilly to Close Manufacturing Facility in Puerto Rico
Lilly announces the closure of its Guayama, Puerto Rico manufacturing facility amid continued investments at other plants.
Capsugel Receives EXCiPACT Certifications for Two Manufacturing Sites
Capsugel has received EXCiPACT certification for its sites in Bornem, Belgium, and Colmar, France.
Pandemic Vaccine Facility Dedicated in Texas
Texas A&M dedicates national pandemic influenza vaccine manufacturing facility.
External Lubrication System Enhances Tablet Press Performance
PharmaSpray delivers a consistent, validatable amount of dry lubricant.
FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies Releases Mammalian Expression Platform
The Apollo platform can be used throughout a product?s entire lifecycle.
Laser Marks Pills at High Speeds
Laser-marking speed exceeds 410,000 pharmaceutical pills per hour.
Dual-Shaft Mixers Enable Efficient Powder Dispersion
A disperser blade and low-speed anchor combine mixing actions to ensure turnover.
Dow Strengthens Affinisol Portfolio for Drug Formulators
New polymers from Dow presented at CPhI 2014 help maximize a pharmaceutical product's solubilization performance.
FDA & ICH: Regulations and Standards for Temperature-Controlled Supply Chains
This paper discusses a scientific approach to cold chain management, overview of ICH guidance, three key FDA regulations, and examples of cold chain 483 observations.
Mixing Powder 101: Basic Principles of Mixing
On September 19, Hosokawa will host a free, online educational seminar on the basic principles of mixing and blending dry powders using a variety of batch and continuous mixing technologies. This webinar will explore the fundamental benefits and limitations of screw mixers, ribbon blenders, paddle mixing, high versus low shear applications, tumble blenders and other devices used for mixing applications.
Monitoring Systems: Sorting out Wireless
Monitoring systems for temperature, humidity and other parameters can be complex, involving hundreds of sensors in a variety of applications. One of the most important decisions in selecting or adding to a monitoring system is choosing the connectivity method that will allow the sensors to speak to a central processing unit. Decisions on connectivity are dependent upon several factors, including: data integrity requirements for regulatory purposes, logistical concerns such as access points for transmitters, and existing network infrastructures. In this article, we describe the most common wireless methods of connecting sensors to a monitoring system and offer eight considerations for selecting a method best suited to the application.
Tablet Pro
Tablet Pro defines Tablet Compression in detail and its relationship to each of the manufacturing steps in preparing the formulation for compress, proper compression operations and the essence of making quality tablets.
Bulk Inspection of Tablets: Assuring Product Quality at Manufacturing and Packaging
Achieve new levels of product quality and inspection efficiency in the manufacturing and packaging of tablets. Learn the pros and cons of manual inspection, mechanical sorting, blistering, single-file optical systems and a new class of automated, bulk vision inspection systems. The latest technology is keeping pace with the increasing demand for top-quality products. Learn how it helps minimize risk, increase throughput and contain costs.
Integrated Systems Hold the Key to Successful Serialization
Visual and Automated Inspection Technologies for Glass Syringes
Protecting Temperature-Sensitive Pharmaceuticals
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