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The knowledge-based articles provided in this section are a collection of view points from research professionals and experts concerning various aspects of Pharmaceutical industry such as Drug Research, Pharmaceutical Production and Manufacturing, Strategies, Clinical Trails and Information technology.

clear-glass containers for solid and liquid drugs

New furnace for the innovative and sustainable production of clear-glass containers for solid and...

Gerresheimer AG Print Issue November 2019
Gerresheimer in Essen produces many millions of glass containers for the pharmaceutical industry every year. The long-established company has recently completed the routine renovation of its clear-glass furnace. Despite being more powerful, its improved...
Redefining outsourcing: How the CDMO sector is reshaping its business

Redefining outsourcing: How the CDMO sector is reshaping its business

Recipharm Limited Online Topics
An ageing population, patent expirations, growth of disease prevalence, and expensive breakthrough therapies are driving demand for the development of many new pharmaceutical products. These growing pressures mean that pharmaceutical developers are faced with...

Structure and conformational dynamics of fluorine-containing drugs – new insights for small molecule development...

JEOL USA Inc Online Topics
Introduction 19F NMR spectrometry is firmly established as a powerful and highly attractive tool in most pharma analytical labs. In this article we summarize the information the technique provides to small molecule drug development scientists...

How modern analytical instruments and intelligent software are accelerating metabolite identification in drug discovery...

Thermo Fisher Scientific Print Issue November 2019
Intelligent technologies are transforming the pharmaceutical industry at a company and sector level, where tools such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain are pushing the limits of data analysis and accelerating decision-making. Meanwhile,...

The increase in global demand for in vitro performance testing models for topical products

MedPharm Ltd Print Issue November 2019
The most common way to deliver a drug is systemically via an oral tablet or injection. In many cases, delivery of a drug via these routes may not be possible (poor bioavailability) or desirable...
pharmaceutical supply chain

The growing world of pharmaceutical supply chain

Online Topics
Pharma and Air Cargo- A match climbing-up the ladder One of the most important developments that took place ever in the invention space was indeed the advent of air cargo. Due to this, the economies...
Calcium: A key nutrient for healthy bones

Calcium: A key nutrient for healthy bones

Omya International AG Online Topics
With an increasingly ageing global population, maintaining bone health for as long as possible is becoming a critical issue. This opens up excellent prospects for calcium supplements. Calcium is one of the most abundant minerals...
Softbox Systems passive temperature control packaging solutions

Preventing excursions in controlled lanes

Softbox Systems Print Issue November 2019
Moving temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals through controlled cold chain shipping lanes is fraught with challenges. Do the specialist packaging companies have everything covered? Clive Bryant, Global Product and Marketing Director of Softbox Systems, looks at how...
Pharma Cold Chain Logistics - There is more to it than meets the eye

Pharma Cold Chain Logistics – There is more to it than meets the eye

Online Topics
Pharmaceuticals and logistics have seen unparallel growth in the modern world. Needless to say, they have evolved like none other over a period of time. Their dependence on one another has become noteworthy of...
Digital readiness of Pharma Industry

Digital readiness of Pharma Industry

Online Topics
Adopting varied lifestyles has become a new normal in today’s era. We are all aware of how lifestyle diseases have become so much prevalent these days. Gone are the times, when these diseases were...