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Business & Regulation Business Practice

How to Commercialize an Orphan Drug

| George A. Chressanthis, Animesh Arun

Orphan drugs for rare diseases represent a significant unmet medical need for pharma, but commercialication can be tricky...

Manufacture Contract Manufacturing Services

Welcome to the M Lab™ Collaboration Centers!

| Chin Bin Tan

Enter a space where you can explore new ideas, learn innovative techniques, and work side by side with technical experts

Manufacture Standards & Regulation

Quality, Not Quantity

| Iain Moore

Qualitative risk assessments are a great way to approach quality management and train your operators at the same time.

Manufacture Technology and Equipment

Your Digital Twin

| Stephanie Sutton

By simulating processes in a digital twin of a facility, changes can be safely tested before application in the real world.

Manufacture Small Molecules

Getting into Granulation

| Stephanie Sutton

Dry granulation offers several advantages to manufacturers and it’s now attracting more attention with the push towards continuous manufacturing.

Manufacture Dosage Forms

Additive Benefits

| Hatim Cader

Will 3D inkjet printing enable the manufacture of personalized tablets?

Manufacture Technology and Equipment

A Smarter – and Synthetic – Workflow for Bioengineering

| Maryam Mahdi

Can artificial approaches trump the conventions of traditional organic synthesis for the production of raw pharmaceutical products within cells?

Discovery & Development Technology and Equipment

Playing for Change

| Maryam Mahdi

The game “Tumor Quest” seeks to improve people’s understanding of cancer.

Manufacture Analytical Science

Going Native with Microfluidics

| Andrew Lynn

Microfluidics technology has room for improvement, but can undoubtedly impact protein analysis.

Manufacture Formulation

Formulation Fail

| Stephanie Sutton

Delays arising from formulation issues are commonplace in the industry. It’s time to start thinking about the problem earlier.

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