4th Annual Biotech Startup Symposium
We invite you to the 4th Annual Biotech Startup Virtual Symposium (November 14th-15th), a free, two-day event to help biotech start-ups navigate their path to commercialization. This symposium will feature industry experts who will present and discuss various aspects of emerging technologies and the latest trends in their fields. Learn more.
To secure its spot as a 2023 ISPE Facility of the Year Awards winner, Takeda Lessines made some big moves, including building a wastewater treatment center on-site and installing 8,000 solar panels. This Q&A is part of a feature series on select FOYA winners.
The Future Of Cell Therapy Manufacturing
Pressures surrounding the supply chain, cost, and foundational science that accompany cell therapy development have created new uncertainty and hampered investment.
Building More Resilient API Supply Chains
It is important to pursue a dualistic, longer term supply strategy that embraces cost control and supply reliability/diversity to improve the integrity and resilience of international supply chains.
Powerfully Simple Digital PCR
Evaluate the performance of an E. coli kit based on its detection sensitivity, quantification accuracy, and replicate uniformity as it performed when tested on a digital PCR system.
Immunoassays And Orthogonal Characterization
Learn about host cell proteins (HCPs), along with how they are produced, their negative effects, how to identify HCPs in drug substances, and some technologies offering solutions for manufacturers.
Small Is Powerful And Sustained
Advances in sustained-release drug delivery could improve efficiency and consistency in drug release, manifesting real-life advantages for patients in the form of enhanced accessibility and compliance.
Add A 3rd Dimension To Your Immunoassay
If you are seeking protein size separation information in addition to immunodetection of protein target(s) of interest, these assays can provide more sensitive, accurate, and reproducible readouts than ELISA.
Webinar: The Technology Debate — Single Use vs. Stainless Steel
The shift to single-use technologies has been ongoing for over a decade. Many are still anchored to stainless steel from their capital equipment investments, but is it holding them back? Join us October 4th as we will discuss the multipoint case for adopting single-use technologies throughout the workflow via an economic, operational, and environmental sustainability lens. Click here to learn more.
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