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Will mobile, flexible cleanroom solutions make traditional cleanrooms obsolete?
Here, Tim Sandle gives a rundown of his top advances in cleanrooms in recent years.
Nominations for the 2017 Power List are now open and will close on February 1, 2017.
Brian G Hubka,
Today’s cleanrooms may meet current quality standards, but what about the future?
The technology behind cleanrooms is well over 50 years old. Is it time for a makeover?
We should look to Warning Letters – and the subsequent solutions – to benefit from the blunders of others.
A choice of fumigants are available for fumigating microbiological safety cabinets and high-level containment rooms. One substance that is still used in the industry is formaldehyde, but given that formaldehyde is toxic, carcinogenic and corrosive, you’d be better looking for alternatives.
Microbiological approaches are faster and more advanced than ever before – so why on earth isn’t the pharma industry using them?
How did the NIH get it so wrong – and how can it move on?
In this paper, the authors describe the use of laser diffraction to analyse dry powder behaviour.
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