Equipment and Processing Report, Jan 15, 2014 - Pharmaceutical Technology

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Equipment and Processing Report, Jan 15, 2014
Production Trends
2014 Manufacturing Trends and Outlook
By Rita Peters
A survey of BioPharm International readers found that single-use systems and other technologies are driving process efficiencies in biomanufacturing, but there is room for improvement.
Troubleshooting
Selecting Single-Use Systems for Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing
By John Schmitz
Consider these best practices when deciding to implement single-use components.
Packaging
Preparing for Serialization: A Q&A with Packaging Coordinators, Inc.
PCI discusses the challenges and benefits of serialization in light of the new US track-and-trace legislation.
Editor's Picks
Volkmann Introduces Low-Profile Pneumatic Conveyor
A low-profile pneumatic pharmaceutical conveyor moves tablets and capsules in restricted height areas.
Accelrys Materials Studio Enhances Modeling and Simulation
New simulation software improves modeling for chemists and materials scientists.

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