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Formulation

Discovery & Development Formulation

Taking a Byte out of Formulation Development

| Ronak Savla, Julien Meissonnier, Jan Neelissen

With so much technology at our disposal, it’s time to get smart in formulation by adopting in silico approaches.

Manufacture Business Practice

Nanoformulations: Reach for the (Micro)Sun!

| James Strachan

The UK’s Centre for Process Innovation targets easier manufacturing of nanoformulated medicines.

Manufacture Ingredients

Perfect Process; Perfect Match

| Beatriz Domínguez and Ahir Pushpanath

Enzyme engineering has opened up new possibilities in biocatalysis, but computational techniques and smart libraries also make wildtypes feasible. The choice is yours.

Manufacture Drug Delivery

The Great Gelatin Debate

| Bjorn Vergauwen

Why we shouldn’t forget gelatin’s longstanding reputation as a reliable and trusted excipient.

Discovery & Development Standards & Regulation

The End of “Mini-Me” Medicine

| Andrew Parker

The end of “mini me” medicine is over, says Andrew Parker, because we can do better when it comes to pediatric care.

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

The Argument for Albumin

| Phil Morton

Products are becoming increasingly complex and we need to get better at recognizing the strategies with the best advantages.

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

ADCs Assemble

| Charlie Johnson

Antibody drug conjugates have not yet lived up to their potential, but there is hope – if we turn to the right solutions and techniques.

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

It Doesn’t Have To End In Tears

| Jeremy Drummond

Rare diseases aren’t the only field that can benefit from repurposing – the eye is also often overlooked.

Discovery & Development Technology and Equipment

Old Drugs, New Computational Tools

| Misagh Naderi

Drug repurposing can benefit many areas of drug discovery – particularly rare diseases.

Discovery & Development Formulation

The Next (Air)Wave of Inhalables

| David Lewis

For inhaler technology to evolve, questions about efficacy must be answered.

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