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Ingredients

Manufacture Supply Chain

The Pandemic Diaries

| Andrea Zambon, Sandra Wisniewski

Experts explain how their companies have coped throughout the pandemic.

Discovery & Development Formulation

Three in One

| Thomas B “Brad” Gold

Why multilayer tablets, multiparticulates, and mini tablets could lead the way in patient-centric drug delivery.

Discovery & Development Drug Discovery

A Little Less Conventional

| Maryam Mahdi

Is there a place for traditional medicines in the pharmaceutical industry?

Business & Regulation Quality & Compliance

The Whey of Things

| Maryam Mahdi

New guidance on the use of whey and lactose-derived products in pharmaceuticals.

Manufacture Advanced Medicine

Eyes on Endotoxins

| Mary Medeiros

Suppliers of reagents and buffers need to adhere to quality systems.

Manufacture Small Molecules

Are You a Bio-Catalytic Converter?

| Alice Dunbabin

Biocatalysis is an increasingly attractive option in pharmaceutical synthesis.

Manufacture Contract Manufacturing Services

Precious Metal Catalysts: The Scavengers’ Guide

| Philip Wheeler, Dirk Rickert, Thorsten Rieke

Platinum group (and other precious) metal catalysts are inherently expensive, so why not recover and recycle?

Discovery & Development Contract Manufacturing Services

Getting a Handle on High Potency

| Maryam Mahdi

How can companies avoid the risks of HPAPI containment and handling?

Manufacture Standards & Regulation

A Blossoming Market

| Maryam Mahdi

How is the Indian pharmaceutical industry adapting to meet new demands?

Manufacture Ingredients

Biologically Active Excipients?

| Maryam Mahdi

Newly published research suggests that some excipients may be more "active" than previously thought.

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