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Manufacture Technology and Equipment, Small Molecules

Who’s Developing Your Process?

Once upon a time in the pharma industry everything revolved around small molecules. Small molecules are manufactured by chemical engineers and overall, the compound can be well characterized and the structure analyzed with a high degree of precision. Though this isn’t a simple task, people who are skilled in the art can design and control the production so that it meets industrial manufacturing requirements.

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About the Author

Jan Gunnar Gustafsson

Jan Gunnar Gustafsson is a Senior Executive Management Professional with over 34 years’ experience in the areas of Regulatory, Strategic Planning, Process Development, CMC, Creative Solution Development, Manufacturing, Organizational Health & Safety Management, and more.

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