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Manufacture Small Molecules

Kicking Batch Habits

Many facilities across the world are still strongly wedded to a batch process philosophy. To be fair, it has served the industry well, especially as it suited current technology. Most of the operating principles for key equipment have not fundamentally changed since their original inception, despite additional features and PC controllers.

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Richard Fazackerley

Richard Fazackerley is a pharmaceutical professional with 27 years’ experience in a variety of senior technical and operational roles. At Aesica, Richard leads the global technical function across the formulation development and finished dose business. He leverages his knowledge and experience to develop and commercialise new products in addition to improve legacy products. A key aspect of his role is to identify and evaluate new and emerging manufacturing technologies.

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