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21-Dec-2007 - Jerusalem-based Yissum has formed a spin-off company Nanolymf, which will be dedicated to advancing a nanotechnology controlled-release drug delivery platform.
21-Dec-2007 - In-PharmaTechnologist.com brings you a selection of recent headlines from around the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
21-Dec-2007 - FMC BioPolymer is to expand its microcrystalline cellulose (MCC) production in a bid to meet demand for the company's excipients.
20-Dec-2007 - Consort Medical's UK operations may be in line for more job losses as further collateral damage from Pfizer's withdrawal of Exubera from the market.
20-Dec-2007 - Enzo Life Sciences has signed a letter of intent to acquire Belgian life science tools distributor 10P's BVBA for an undisclosed amount.
20-Dec-2007 - LabTechnologist.com brings you a round up of the latest product news and releases from Agilent, Caliper, Grabner, Micronic, Millipore, Torrey Pines and Warner.
20-Dec-2007 - US researchers have developed a new biochip technology that could dramatically reduce the need for animal testing during drug development safety studies.
20-Dec-2007 - France-based Flamel Technologies and Merck Serono have shook hands on a new €2m ($2.9m) deal which would see Flamel's Medusa technology used to develop an extended-release profile of an undisclosed...
20-Dec-2007 - PharmEng's subsidiary Keata Pharma is the new owner of Pfizer's manufacturing facility in Arnprior, Canada, which the drug giant has been trying to pass on for over a year.
20-Dec-2007 - US researchers have shown that 2D NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) experiments can greatly enhance the ability of metabolic profiling to quantify disease identification and progression.
19-Dec-2007 - Scientists have discovered a potential new drug target that will prick up the ears of sportsmen and athletes alike. Not that this is an performance-enhancing drug; instead, it could help...
19-Dec-2007 - Microarray expert Affymetrix is to buy molecular biology reagent firm USB Corporation for $75m (€52m) in a bid to accelerate the development of new genetic analysis tools.
19-Dec-2007 - LabTechnologist.com brings you a round up of recent industry news, with developments at Agilent, Bruker BioSpin, EMD Chemicals, Gene Logic, Paraytec and Thermo Fisher Scientific.
19-Dec-2007 - BioTimes' subsidiary, Embryome Sciences, is planning to build a relational database that will help identify the hundreds of cell types that can be made from human and mouse embryonic stem...
19-Dec-2007 - UK-based William Ransom & Son has a shaky future ahead following a disappointing and unacceptable six-month financial report, compounded by a suspension of the companys manufacturing license.
19-Dec-2007 - Biopartners has terminated its supply agreement with The Medical House because of a go-slow in receiving functional drug delivery devices.
19-Dec-2007 - Eli Lilly, Shire, Pregis, and Eisai have all had people on the move in the world of pharmaceutical manufacturing.
18-Dec-2007 - Affymetrix has launched a new analysis tool for determining genetic variations in whole-genome association and cytogenetic studies that is up to 10 times more sensitive than competing platforms.
18-Dec-2007 - Siegfried has signed a $27.7m contract with Arena Pharmaceuticals to manufacture Arena's Phase III oral obesity drug candidate lorcaserin hydrochloride.
18-Dec-2007 - Eli Lilly has handed over the manufacturing reins of the antibiotic Seromycin to the Chao Centre for Industrial Pharmacy and Contract Manufacturing.
18-Dec-2007 - Harvard Bioscience has rejected an unsolicited acquisition offer from Skystone Advisors to acquire all outstanding shares of common stock in the life science tools and instrument manufacturer.
18-Dec-2007 - Advances in the pharmaceutical industry are expected to have an impact on pharmaceutical excipients within the next decade, a new report claims.
17-Dec-2007 - Pronova BioPharma and FMC Corporation have signed a license and development agreement to develop products using an alginate-based capsule technology.
17-Dec-2007 - Patheon has finally revealed its plans to tackle the ongoing problems it has been facing with its Puerto Rican operations, which are draining the firm of profitability.
17-Dec-2007 - Any link between the antiviral Tamiflu and neuropsychiatric problems is inconclusive, according to the Japanese Government.
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