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Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
August 02, 2019
30th Anniversary Coverage
As vaccines gain prominence within pharma, there is an expectation that specialized CDMO services will provide opportunities.
From the Editor
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe celebrates 30 years in publishing the latest insights, analysis, and developments of the bio/pharma industry.
The evolution of CDMOs has led to increased investment in new technologies, capabilities, and expertise.
Rapid change towards industry developing and manufacturing niche APIs is leading to smaller-scale facilities that offer higher containment and flexibility.
To help customers succeed, CDMOs have moved away from the ‘fee-for-service’ model to offer flexible, full-service partnerships.
Complex and potent molecules demand greater technical and regulatory expertise to ensure safe handling.
Harmonization of regulatory guidelines not only reduces workloads for manufacturers and regulators but can potentially help to accelerate patient access to vital therapies.
Instrumentation advancements over the past 30 years have certainly enabled greater efficiency in pharma development and analysis despite slow adoption by the industry.
Glass vials have come a long way from mere commodities and are now considered an integral part of final drug product.
To deal with the complex requirements of biopharmaceuticals, companies need a sophisticated toolbox of analytical and purification techniques.
European Union regulators have taken a significant step towards resolving some of the major supply-chain difficulties behind medicine shortages.
Machine vision systems have been an integral part of pharma manufacturing and packaging for many years and, with the introduction of stricter safety regulations, are set to become more vital.
Anniversary Issue Focus
Much has changed in the bio/pharma industry over three decades. In this special feature, the editors take a trip down memory lane, highlighting some of the major happenings of the past 30 years.
Europe has introduced a waiver for supplementary protection certificates, polarizing opinions throughout the industry. In this interview, the SPC waiver and its implications for European pharma are discussed.
August 01, 2019
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