US Instrument specialist Mocon has launched Pac Check 650 EC, a packaging headspace analyser that, it says, can help pharma manufacturers find the right oxygen/carbon dioxide balance to support shelf life and drug efficacy goals.
With the price of crude oil going up almost every day it is no
surprise that this has a knock-on effect to the price of raw
materials for the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. But DSM
and Roquette have developed a process that...
Waters and Thar Instruments have agreed to deepen their
collaboration to combine their strengths in mass spectrometry (MS)
and super critical fluid chromatography (SFC) to make separation
A small spin-out company formed by the University of Colorado has
been awarded a $850,000 (€670,000) grant from the US government to
develop a dry powder inhalable version of Nabi's investigational
injectable vaccine for nicotine...
Activotec makes available an entry-level Supercritical Fluid
Extractor (SFE) to suit routine analytical work in smaller
laboratories that might require many features typically found in
more costly SFE equipment.
Novasep Process launches its latest Supercritical Fluid
Chromatography unit, which aims to cut time and operating costs by
incorporating an automated CO2 recycling feature making it suitable
for purification process development, laboratory...
Researchers have put forward a unique process for 'cleaning'
volatile organic compounds - a process that could have considerable
importance to organic compounds that are used in the pharmaceutical
Witt Gas Technologies has launched a new version of its Leak-Master
packaging integrity tester in the UK that could pay for itself in
terms of cost savings in as little as two months, claims the
One of the most chemically benign separation processes could for
the first time be made available to manufacturers in the
pharmaceutical industry, thanks to pioneering work carried out by
researchers in the US.
Researchers in the UK and US have made a breakthrough by using
supercritical carbon dioxide (scCO2) as a reaction medium for the
preparation of molecules of interest to the pharmaceutical
industry. The result could be cleaner, greener...
Drug re-engineering company Eiffel Technologies will add to its
existing project in improving insulin delivery with the start of
clinical trials of an in-house product early next year, writes
Wai Lang Chu.