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Drug Delivery

Manufacture Technology and Equipment

The Innovation Awards 2020

In December, The Medicine Maker will showcase the top technologies to have been released throughout 2020. Nominations are now open.

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

The Patient Voice

| Sven Stegemann

It is essential that drug development incorporates the patient view.

Manufacture Technology and Equipment

Patient-Centric Printing

| Henrika Wickström

Is stencil printing a viable approach to create flexible dosage forms?

Discovery & Development COVID-19

The COVID-19 Curator

| Stephanie Sutton

Your roundup of the key scientific studies and industry announcements emerging from the pandemic.

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

Breaking Through the Barrier

| Dave Cook

How can nanotechnology be used to deliver drugs through the skin?

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

Breathing New Life into Existing Drugs

| Geraldine Venthoye

Inhaled administration has the potential to bring benefits to patients – and commercial success to businesses – across a number of therapeutic spaces.

Manufacture Formulation

Navigating Technology Transfer for LNP Formulations

| Larry Beiter

Technology transfer can be a challenge with any drug product. Even greater vigilance is needed with more complex formulations, like LNP-based drugs.

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

The Mitochondrial Trojan Horse

| Maryam Mahdi

A metal-organic framework could help reduce drug doses needed to kill cancer cells by smuggling drugs into mitochondria.

Manufacture Formulation

The Rise of Lipid Nanoparticles

| Rahul Keswani, Benjamin King

With more complex molecules filling company pipelines, is it time for lipid nanoparticles to finally shine?

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

Image of the Month: A Piercing Barb

Engineers from Rutgers used 4D printing to create tiny needles with backward-facing barbs. Could these replace hypodermic needles?

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