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Drug Delivery

Discovery & Development Drug Discovery

ADCs: Still Room for Improvement!

| Antoine Attinger

Antibody drug conjugates are starting to transform cancer treatments, so let’s maintain the momentum.

Manufacture Contract Manufacturing Services

One Stop Shop

| Adam Stops

In a market filled with complexity, working with a single supplier simplifies the supply chain and focuses effort towards a single target.

Discovery & Development Drug Discovery

Closer to the Boundary

| Angus Stewart

A Korean team have conducted a study on a peptide that could help to produce medicines capable of crossing cell membranes and interfering with PPIs.

Manufacture Technology and Equipment

The Innovation Awards Are Back - And Nominations Close Soon

Our Innovation Awards will celebrate the highest-impact pharma development and manufacturing technologies released during 2021.

Manufacture Dosage Forms

Powder, Pills, and 3D Printing

| Angus Stewart

DFE Pharma’s Korinde Van Den Heuvel talks to us about what made her company’s new 3D printed tablets possible, and which ills they can cure.

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

Flipping the Tortoise

| Angus Stewart

A pill developed at MIT and inspired by tortoises could replace injections for monoclonal antibody therapies.

Manufacture Trends & Forecasts

Crafting a Magic Bullet

| Stephanie Sutton

How is the field of antibody drug conjugates being reshaped?

Discovery & Development Drug Discovery

X2: Researchers United

| Angus Stewart

An institute for the gifted with X in its name, presided over by a wise doctor, has launched two new projects. Somebody call Magneto!

Manufacture Drug Delivery

Autoinjectors: Through Thick and Thin

Embracing the benefits of auto-injectors.

Discovery & Development Technology and Equipment

Lungs In Silico

| Angus Stewart

Inhalers still don’t work as well as they should, but computational modeling is here to help.

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