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Emerging technologies will include nanopatch vaccines that are smaller than a fingernail, says Frost & Sullivan
New building in Darmstadt will further interdisciplinary and project-related collaboration to promote innovative strength
Sonja Borchert, Philipp Süss and Rainer Wardenga, of Enzymicals, look at simple and robust up-scaling of a biocatalytic process
Chinese speciality pharma company to develop and commercialise anti-TNFa nanobody in Greater China
The awards were recognised at the a pre-conference dinner for the Supporting World Class Science conference at King’s College, London
Test protocols for trace metals in pharmaceuticals are currently being updated. Nikki Schopp, Team Leader, Analytical Laboratory Services, SGS Life Science Services, looks at some of the issues that can arise when seeking the appropriate test method
Human trials could begin as early as September in the UK, Gambia and Mali
Martin Dallas, Managing Director, Specialist Technologies at Essentra Packaging, has worked for three companies and has always had strong reasons for moving on. He talks to Jane Ellis about chocolate, tear tapes and packaging trends in the healthcare sector
Researchers will use nano devices and nanoparticles to develop vaccines and improve drug delivery and disease detection
The volume of data generated during drug discovery is prodigious, and now data from vast new sources is to be added. So how is this information explosion being used and managed?
Effectiveness of experimental vaccine is being analysed in a control group in Mexico
Rising prosperity is driving an expansion of the healthcare infrastructure in Turkey, allowing manufacturers to move away from traditional generics and into contract manufacturing and R&D as well as export markets