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27-Sep-2012 - API maker Hovione has added particle design to its drug delivery and formulation development offering citing pharma demand.
27-Sep-2012 - in-PharmaTechnologist.com presents its weekly round-up of the lates new appointments in the pharmaceutical world, including news from Capsugel, Shire and Savient.
27-Sep-2012 - BASF has opened a topical formulations lab in a bid to solve skin delivery challenges.
26-Sep-2012 - Cedarburg Hauser Pharmaceuticals (CHP) has expanded its API plant in a bid to meet client demand.
26-Sep-2012 - Clarus Therapeutics believes it has solved the oral availability problem for testosterone replacement therapy.
26-Sep-2012 - Thermo Fisher Scientific has set up a unit for molecular biology techs at its site in Lithuania, citing pharmaceutical R&D labs in Eastern Europe as a target.
25-Sep-2012 - Fercy Personal Care Products received an FDA warning letter after quality staff handed inspectors just two pages from a notebook as ingredient records.
25-Sep-2012 - A laser which pushes a stream of medication into the skin could be a “pain-free” replacement to needle injections.
25-Sep-2012 - Alchem International has expanded its sennosides production facility in India in a bid to meet pharma demand.
24-Sep-2012 - in-PharmaTechnologist.com readers have urged Health Canada to ensure all of its updates are “crystal clear” following a recent ambiguous update.
24-Sep-2012 - Pall has opened a life science services centre to allow drugmakers to test its filtration, processing and purification technologies.
24-Sep-2012 - Proposed EMA pharmacovigilance fees are too high and place a disproportionate burden on generics firms according to the European Generic Medicines Association (EGA).
20-Sep-2012 - CMOs and Pharmas will own the manufacturing processes developed at a new facility as part of an ‘open source’ ethos Merck Millipore has introduced.
20-Sep-2012 - Genetically modified corn could soon be used to mass-produce the enzymes used in rare-disease therapies, according to new research.
20-Sep-2012 - Arkema has restructured its business as part of its bid to generate €8bn ($10.3bn) in 2015 and become a world leader in the specialty chemicals sector.
20-Sep-2012 - Agricultural technology firm Monsanto has partnered with Complix NV to develop the latter’s protein therapeutic targeting technology for crop protection applications.
19-Sep-2012 - New formulations and easier drug delivery methods could help elderly patients comply with treatments, experts say.
19-Sep-2012 - Lundbeck has decided to stop making a cancer drug deeming the cost of securing API supplies too big and the likelihood to regulatory acceptance too small.
19-Sep-2012 - Pfizer and manufacturing partner Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceuticals will set up a dedicated research centre to develop drugs for the Chinese market.
18-Sep-2012 - in-PharmaTechnologist.com presents its weekly low-down of the latest movers and shakers in the world of pharmaceuticals, including news from Teva, Valeant and AcelRx.
18-Sep-2012 - Health Canada’s latest update of its risk classification document is actually no more than a change of font.
18-Sep-2012 - Reports citing WHO data on the number of fake drugs produced and sold in India are wrong according to the CDSCO.
18-Sep-2012 - Tasi Group has bought Bonfiglioli Engineering, creating what it claims is the largest leak testing and quality inspection technology firm in the world.
17-Sep-2012 - The Indian Government will appoint a 'competent authority' to make sure API exporters comply with EU import regulations.
17-Sep-2012 - Rousselot says EU animal welfare regulations are to blame for its hiked gelatine prices.
17-Sep-2012 - Health Canada has hit back at claims it is “secretive” about its overseas supply chain because it is unsafe.
17-Sep-2012 - Delivery speed and accurate dissolution testing are top priorities in new EMA draft guidance for tablet and patch developers.
13-Sep-2012 - in-PharmaTechnologist.com presents its weekly round-up of the new job appointments in the industry, including news from Sucampo, Circassia and Shire.
13-Sep-2012 - Pharmacopoeial standards authorities must cooperate to develop rigorous quality standards for drugs in an increasingly globalised market, according to the SFDA.
13-Sep-2012 - Healthcare agencies from across Southeast Asia will collaborate to combat fake and substandard medicines under a new agreement reached at a meeting in Thailand.
13-Sep-2012 - Pall Corporation has once again hailed its biopharma consumables business a key factor in its sales growth.
13-Sep-2012 - Sartorius has opened a new bioreactor production facility to boost capacity for single-use technologies.
12-Sep-2012 - Since the publication of this article, in-PharmaTechnologist.com has been in touch with Health Canada to find out that the "updates" to the guidance document were actually to the font, not to the...
12-Sep-2012 - Generic drugmaker Qualitest Pharmaceuticals has pulled a lot of hydrocodone tablets over concerns they may be out of spec.
12-Sep-2012 - The answer to the brain drug delivery riddle could soon be solved thanks to new nanoparticles designed by researchers at John Hopkins University.
12-Sep-2012 - The European Commission (EC) has made changes to its GMP guidelines in order to align them more closely with the pharmaceutical quality system described in ICH Q10 .
12-Sep-2012 - Asthma sufferers could soon ditch their daily steroid inhalers after scientists found it unnecessary.
11-Sep-2012 - Takeda has opened a new $96m (€75m) pharma facility in Russia as part of its bid to “outgrow” the already thriving local market.
10-Sep-2012 - Hermes Pharma says it can solve the stability challenges that held back development of lipid-based particle coating techs.
10-Sep-2012 - Novartis expects to resume shipping drugs made at its Nebraska, US plant by the end of the year and is on track to fix other quality issues at Sandoz sites...
10-Sep-2012 - Genetically modified (GM) camels could be used as a cheap way to produce the pharmaceutical proteins used in drugs – through their milk.
10-Sep-2012 - US regulators approve cancer drugs faster than other medications and much faster than their European counterparts according to a new survey by the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug...
06-Sep-2012 - The WHO has rubbished claims by the UCLA that it is planning launch a “test and treat” strategy in South Africa.
06-Sep-2012 - Codexis says job cuts will affect pharma business, but is confident that Merck & Co deal and enzyme tech IP will drive growth.
06-Sep-2012 - A male version of the contraceptive pill could be just around the corner, according to researchers at Texas A&M University.
05-Sep-2012 - US manufacturer West Pharmaceutical Services has teamed up with Janssen Biotech to develop a self-injection device.
05-Sep-2012 - Researchers from UCLA say the WHO’s latest proposal to “test and treat” the entire population of South Africa for HIV every year is unrealistic.
05-Sep-2012 - US CMO Pharmaceutics International (Pii) has been named as the manufacturer of the cranial bleeding treatment voluntarily withdrawn by India’s Sun Pharmaceutical Industries earlier this week.
05-Sep-2012 - Merck Millipore has launched a new growth media for CHO-S cell that it claims boosts productivity and batch to batch consistency
04-Sep-2012 - GE Healthcare has launched an ‘off-the-shelf’ range of modular biomanufacturing facilities that it claims can be designed, constructed and operational in under two years.
04-Sep-2012 - A new simplified analysis technique of the binding kinetics of membrane proteins could solve a host of drug delivery problems, according to scientists from the Arizona State University.
04-Sep-2012 - Company authorisations issued to drugmakers in Denmark will not feature expiry dates under new measures designed to reduce regulators admin.
03-Sep-2012 - Substandard APIs will be made as long as drugmakers continue to buy them according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
03-Sep-2012 - A new non-glycosolated protein production method using E.coli can cut manufacturing costs by up to 50 per cent as well as speeding up the process, according to researchers at the...
03-Sep-2012 - Chinese manufacturer Joincare Pharmaceutical Group has been accused of using reprocessed cooking oil in the manufacture of an antibiotic intermediate.
03-Sep-2012 - in-PharmaTechnologist.com presents its weekly round-up of pharmaceutical career climbers, including news from Eli Lilly, Hovione and Galectin.
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