Industry Insights

  1. Is Your Complex Formulation Process Set Up For Success?

    Any company pursuing a drug delivery system that involves a complex formulation must be prepared for the requirements around this type of drug development to achieve successful scale-up.

  2. Keys To Successful Technology Transfers

    The choice of potential technology transfer partners can be bewildering. This article shares some of the factors that should be taken into account when making this decision.

  3. The Standardization Of Single-Use Components For Bioprocessing

    As single-use systems become more widely adopted, the focus in the bioprocessing industry is shifting from acceptance of the technology to standardization. 

  4. Streamlining Recombinant Protein Production

    Bringing a recombinant protein to market requires a substantial investment of time and resources, and the process is generally complex and subject to technical pitfalls.

  5. Advantages of Multidimensional (Multi-D) Chromatography —What’s it all about

    The need for companies to shorten their development or manufacturing time means that process development must be fast and inexpensive without compromising the quality of the end product. To address this challenge, many companies are moving towards automation.

  6. Reducing Upstream Processing Scale-Up Risks Using QbD

    Upstream processes must be robust to ensure high batch success rates with a low risk of contaminations and minimal variations in cell growth performance.

  7. Improve Operations, Collaboration, And Time-To-Market: The Digital Lab

    Integrating and standardizing lab data, resources and processes to improve operational excellence, collaboration and time-to-market.

  8. A New Process For Reducing Glass Breakage

    Glass breakage is commonly acknowledged as a major nuisance in parenteral manufacturing. It causes a plethora of problems, such as disruption of production, particle contamination and loss of sterility.

  9. 12 Ways To Reduce Data Integrity Risk

    It is important to understand what data integrity really means in order to be compliant. Data integrity refers to the fact that data must be reliable and accurate over its entire lifecycle.

  10. Biggest Mistake You Can Make With Continuous Manufacturing And The FDA

    To allay fears about continuous manufacturing changes, utilize the valuable tools and resources that the FDA has created. Seeking the agency's insight early will also give you a clearer path for success.