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Malvern launches imaging tool for its laser diffraction tech

Laser diffraction a key pharma tool

02-Oct-2014 - A laser diffraction imaging tool could be used by quality controllers to help measure particle size in a suspension according to Malvern Instruments.

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Boehringer Ingelheim invests more than €100m to expand manufacturing capacity in Germany

02-Oct-2014 - Boehringer Ingelheim is investing more than €100m ($126m) at its Dortmund, Germany site to expand production capacity for its Respimat inhaler, which is the third time in the past four years that the company has made a capacity-expanding investment at the site.

Vorsprung durch TechnoPharm: Pharma tech firms head to Nuremberg

29-Sep-2014 - in-Pharmatechnologist.com is in Nuremberg, Germany to bring you the best from TechnoPharm and POWTECH 2014, Europe's largest processing and powder shows.

Partnership looks to expand UK drug manufacturing

25-Sep-2014 - The Medicines Manufacturing Industry Partnership (MMIP) between the ABPI (Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry), BIA (BioIndustry Association) and a number of companies aims to make the UK a more attractive destination for pharma manufacturing. 

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Boehringer cutting German workforce by 600 but production jobs safe for now

24-Sep-2014 - Hundreds of workers brought in to help fix manufacturing issues at a Boehringer Ingelheim facility will not be affected despite the firm looking to shave 600 jobs in a €450m ($580m) cost-cutting initiative.

Generic Sovaldi makers could pocket upwards of $600m says analyst

24-Sep-2014 - The market opportunity for each Indian drugmakers granted a license to manufacture Gilead’s hepatitis C drug Sovaldi could be worth over $600m, an analyst has calculated.

Novartis cuts 83 more jobs at closing NY Diovan plant

23-Sep-2014 - Novartis has announced a second round of lay-offs at its manufacturing site in Suffern, New York ahead of the plant’s closure in 2016.

Pfizer and Irish port authorities working to stop API plant gathering dust

22-Sep-2014 - Pfizer is working with Irish authorities to avoid a repeat of a 2013 incident when dust produced from Cork harbour entered its nearby API facility.

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India accuses American Enterprise Institute researchers of "smear campaign"

India accuses American Enterprise Institute researchers of "smear campaign"

The Indian Government has accused the authors of a paper analysing the quality of drugs sold in...

Diluent mix-up not vaccine probable cause of Syrian deaths says WHO

Diluent mix-up not vaccine most probable cause of Syrian deaths says WHO

Use of the muscle relaxant atracuriam to resuspend freeze-dried measles vaccines instead of the proper diluent almost...

ICH elemental impurities guideline expected to be finalized soon
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ICH elemental impurities guideline expected to be finalized at end of September

After much discussion and some confusion , the ICH’s (International Conference on Harmonization) Q3D guideline , which will govern...

Moving EMA to DG Enterprise will increase risk to patients says NGO
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Moving EMA to DG Enterprise will increase risk of adverse events says NGO

Shifting EMA oversight to DG Enterprise and Industry will put patients at greater risk of adverse events...

Techs can help Ireland compete on costs says team behind new hub

Techs can help Ireland compete on costs says team behind new hub

Ireland once was a drug making nexus,Making meds sold from Cairo to Texas.But with key patents gone,Firms...

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