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IHolland Talks Tabletting Solutions for Sticky Formulations

By Gareth Macdonald

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IHolland says tableting-focused research project will save customers time and money.

The UK-based tooling maker has been working with researchers at the University of Nottingham’s School of Pharmacy on TSAR – Tableting Science Anti-stick Research – to develop a way of predicting which formulations have the best tableting characteristics since last April​.

in-Pharmatechnologist.com spoke with IHolland marketing manager Clare Taylor at Interphex about the project, the progress made so far and the potential benefits for the firm and its tablet manufacturing customers.

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