Microfluidics chose Interphex 2010 in New York, US to unveil a new processing technology that it claims can help manufacturers save time and money by switching from batch to continuous particle production.
Engineers from the U.S think they have discovered a new technique
that allows them to control the motion of fluid particles as they
pass through the tiny channels that characterise nano-scale
technologies such as drug delivery devices.
A new £2m chemical engineering laboratory at the University of
Strathclyde in the UK will spearhead an expansion of its activities
in biomolecular engineering, with a particular focus on human
health, nutrition and finding new ways...
Failure to get it right in designing and implementing a
manufacturing process results in the loss of time and money, but
the risk of this can be minimised if some basic organisational
steps are followed, argues Brookwood's director...
The GEA Group has acquired the manufacturer of freeze dryers for
pharmaceutical products, STERIS, a unit of US-based STERIS
Corporation in a deal that aims to strengthen the group's Process
Engineering Division in the Process...