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Brought to you by the same great team who produce The Medicine Maker, The Small Molecule Manufacturer celebrates the people, processes, and technologies transforming the development and manufacture of small molecule drugs.

Why have a special focus on small molecule drug development and manufacture? Though biopharmaceuticals take the top spot in terms of revenue generation, when it comes to volume – the medicines most commonly used and prescribed worldwide – small molecules have large molecules completely beat.

Importantly, the field is still innovating: small molecule drugs make up the lion’s share of new drug approvals in both Europe and the US. Small molecule drugs also feature heavily on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines. And because they are typically easier and cheaper to manufacture, transport and deliver, they also reach patients all over the globe.

In short, small molecules matter – and so do the people who make them.

The Small Molecule Manufacturer reports on the biggest developments, trends and technologies shaping the industry, including success stories – and contentions.

With reports on new facilities and industry initiatives, expert roundtables, in-depth exploration of key manufacturing systems and inspiring interviews with the leaders of the field, The Small Molecule Manufacturer shines a spotlight on the organizations and individuals who are driving the industry towards safer, better and more cost-effective small-molecule medicines.

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