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Discovery & Development Drug Delivery, Dosage Forms, Technology and Equipment, Formulation

Delivering on a Promise

Innovation in drug delivery is all around us – and almost every day brings the publication of new academic research, a new company announcement, or the formation of a new collaboration aimed at advancing the field. Some progression in drug delivery is conceptually simple, such as tweaking a formulation to reduce the number of doses, or developing a new version of a currently approved drug in a more patient-centric format. Other research focuses on complex and clever targeting methods that get a drug to precisely the right point in the body, or tackle difficult-to-treat diseases. Increasingly, a number of researchers are widening their innovation net to look beyond biological science and formulation, and to investigate the potential offered by electronics – miniature and ingestible – that can be incorporated into pills and capsules to help with targeting.

In the following articles, we explore a handful of fascinating drug delivery research projects that aim to go beyond incremental improvements in the field to offer brand new approaches.

Hold In Your Stomach

Seeing The Light

Make It So

Can a Sponge Combat Cancer

Micro-Scale Manufacturing

Magnetic Attraction

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