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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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
 
AI and Machine Learning
Swimming in Data

Kristin Mauri and Rhonda Roberts at Remarque Systems

The intelligent insights from AI help craft stories from data, aiding every aspect of clinical trials, from enrolment to reporting, so why arenít these tools being utilised?
 
Cold Chain Challenges
Cold Chain Challenges

Converging Refrigeration Technologies Solutions to Environmental Legislation
 
 
The EUís F-gas legislation has challenged pharmaceutical businesses to reverse their use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in refrigeration. Technology may offer alternatives, but they come at a price.
 
Features
The Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing Conundrum

Dr Lauren Laing and Dr Giles Sanders at TTP

Antimicrobial susceptibility testing at the point of care could slow the spread of antimicrobial resistance, but only creative technology development and regulatory equivalence data will unlock this prize

 

 

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Top ten tasks to prepare for the UK Conformity Assessment

As the medical device industry gears up to implement a new set of requirements following Brexit, Maetrics has released a concise guide summarizing the known requirements so far and priority areas where manufacturers can give their immediate attention.
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White Papers

Medpace Reference Laboratories establishes state of the art Flow Cytometry techniques for flexible approaches to clinical trials across multiple therapeutic areas.

Medpace

Cytometry is the process of measuring the properties of individual cells. These properties may include gene or protein expression, chemical properties, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) content, and various cellular functions. The earliest methods of cytometry relied upon light microscopy for the classification and observation of cells and cellular components. Microscopy permitted direct visual observation of cells for the first time, leading to the classification of cells by morphology and insight into cellular functions. However, the time required for microscopic analysis constrains the number of samples or number of cells in each sample that can be examined. Therefore, the utility of microscopy for analysis of rare cells or in situations where sample throughput is a priority is limited. Flow cytometry was developed largely to improve upon these limitations.
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Industry Events

12th World Meeting on Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology

8-11 February 2021, Vienna, Austria

In continuation of the very successful scientific meetings in Budapest, Paris, Berlin, Florence, Geneva, Barcelona, Malta, Istanbul, Lisbon, Glasgow and Granada, the 12th PBP World will be held in Vienna from 8-11 Feb 2021. This every two year held conference has gained an ever increasing impact among the pharmaceutical scientists: With up to 1000 submitted abstracts and about 1300 participants it has become a well-established major meeting, attracting scientists from all over the world.
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