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Formulation

Discovery & Development Analytical Science

The Color of Chirality

| Maryam Mahdi

Forty years ago, it was theorized that chirality had a color composition that could be measured… and finally the theory has been proven.

Discovery & Development Analytical Science

At the Cutting-Edge of Pharma Analytics

Meet the analytical experts working at the cutting-edge of pharma analytics to ensure the safety of medicines.

Discovery & Development Clinical Trials

With Age Comes Challenges But Not Trials

| Maryam Mahdi, Stephanie Sutton

A key focus of Andrew McLachlan’s career is understanding the impact of aging on drug disposition and response to medicines.

Discovery & Development Formulation

In Conversation with Dr. Martin Klatt of BASF

| Sponsored by BASF

The Medicine Maker speaks with Dr. Martin Klatt, Director Sales Pharma Solutions Europe from BASF

Discovery & Development Formulation

Taste the Rainbow

| Nicolas Madit

The color of a capsule or tablet can have a big impact on compliance and branding. To avoid delays, early decisions have to be made.

Discovery & Development Formulation

In Conversation with Jeanne Thoma of SPI Pharma

| James Strachan

The Medicine Maker speaks with Jeanne Thoma, President and CEO from SPI Pharma

Discovery & Development Formulation

Owner of a Lonely Heart

| Jessica Finlay

In 2018, the UK’s government appointed its first Minister for Loneliness. The role: to tackle loneliness.

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.

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