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International Clinical Trials
International Clinical Trials
ICT is a specialist journal designed to provide global coverage of key topics pertinent to the clinical trials sector.
 
European Biopharmaceutical Review
European Biopharmaceutical Review
EBR is well-recognised for providing beneficial information to players in the bio-industry including entrepreneurial biopharmaceutical and life science companies
 
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer
PMPS is a specialist journal designed to provide worldwide coverage of a range of topics relating to the pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging sector.
 
Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology
Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology
IPT was launched in 1997 to provide the pharmaceutical industry with quality information on the latest cutting-edge technologies.
 
European Pharmaceutical Contractor
European Pharmaceutical Contractor
The EPC edition is designed to fill a unique position in pharmaceutical contractor publishing.
 
Central Labs
Microbiological Labs

Driven by Results: Part 2


Olga Sazonova, Veronika Khokhlova, Maxim Belotserkovsky
and Andrey Karelin at PSI CRO continue examining quantitative urine culture studies, and consider country-specific differences.

 
BUSINESS STRATEGY
In Brief

Eye of the Storm


Emile Bellott comments on the growing prominence of biosimilars, which are currently gaining visibility at the highest government levels, and some of the challenges this presents.
 
Anti-Counterfeiting
Serialisation Requirements

Mark My Words


What coding and marking options are available to manufacturers to help fight counterfeiters? Richard Nemesi at Videojet Technologies outlines a number of solutions that can enhance traceability, which in turn will protect product authenticity, consumer safety and brand reputation.
 
Electronic Solutions
Patient Communication Technology

Talk Technical


Dr Mark Hooper at Conversis Medical Translations observes how technology has an impact on nearly all areas in the pharma industry, and that patient adherence, communication, enrolment and retention can be improved as a result.

 

 

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