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Novo Nordisk snaps up Olympus plant and rehires laid off NH workers

29-Aug-2014 - Novo Nordisk has bought a biomanufacturing facility earmarked for closure by Olympus Biotech and begun rehiring staff in order to support its haemophilia product pipeline.

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Is Pfizer now eyeing up Actavis three months after failed AZ bid?

28-Aug-2014 - Pfizer is rumoured to be eyeing up Actavis three months after failing to woo AstraZeneca in a $120bn megamerger, but what would such a deal bring to the Pharma Giant? In-Pharmatechnologist investigates.

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GE Healthcare: plans to move New Jersey ops to new Massachusetts HQ

22-Aug-2014 - GE Healthcare has said it plans to relocate operations in New Jersey to its new Massachusetts life sciences headquarters.

Ben Venue site has no place in injectables network, says new owner Hikma

21-Aug-2014 - Ben Venue Laboratories will remain inactive says new owner Hikma as it looks to optimise its injectables manufacturing network.

Novartis invests $35m in stem cell tech company with option to acquire

20-Aug-2014 - Novartis has invested $35m (€26.3m) for a 15% stake in Israel-based Gamida Cell, which offers stem cell expansion technologies and therapeutics.

G-CON launches transmissible disease containment POD

18-Aug-2014 - Access to portable and flexible technology could be one way of containing transmissible diseases says G-CON as it launches a more readily deployable version of its ‘POD’ manufacturing suite.

SCM's woes part of UK-wide aseptic slowdown, says ex-owner

14-Aug-2014 - GMP failures at an aseptic plant owned by SCM Pharma are part of a wider industry trend affecting several sterile sites in the UK, according to the ex-owner of the CDMO.

Boehringer Ingelheim aims to cut German costs 15% as revenues drop

13-Aug-2014 - German jobs are safe despite a programme that will cut the cost of operations by 15%, Boehringer Ingelheim says as it reacts to international price reductions.

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SCM's woes part of UK-wide aseptic slowdown, says ex-owner

SCM's woes part of UK-wide aseptic slowdown, says ex-owner

GMP failures at an aseptic plant owned by SCM Pharma are part of a wider industry trend...

Boehringer aims to cut German costs 15% as H1 sales fall

Boehringer Ingelheim aims to cut German costs 15% as revenues drop

German jobs are safe despite a programme that will cut the cost of operations by 15%, Boehringer...

WHO: Data from use of unapproved Ebola drugs should be shared

WHO: Data from use of unapproved Ebola drugs should be shared

Efficacy and safety data from use of unapproved Ebola virus treatments should be shared according to an...

THC may reduce tumor size? mouse study investigates

THC may reduce tumor size? mouse study investigates

A previously unknown signaling platform may be responsible for the success of the main psychoactive ingredient in...

India’s CDSCO outlines procedures for state manufacturer inspections

India’s CDSCO outlines procedures for state inspections of manufacturers

In order to ensure uniformity on the state and federal levels, India’s CDSCO (Central Drugs Standard Control...

Roche re-enters RNAi space with $250m Santaris acquisition

Roche re-enters gene silencing space with $250m LNA acquisition

Roche has renewed its interest in gene silencing drugs, paying $250m (€187m) for Santaris Pharma including its...

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