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PAT Supplement 2013

Process Analytical Technology (PAT): In-depth focus 2013

Issue 6 2013, PAT & QbD, Supplements / 16 December 2013 / Morten Allesø, Anette Seo Torstenson, Mette Bryder and Per Holm, Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research (H. Lundbeck A/S), Anneleen Burggraeve, Tom Van den Kerkhof, Jeroen Geens, Lieve Bijnens and Mario Hellings (Johnson & Johnson)

Presenting a rational approach to QbD-based pharmaceutical development: A roller compaction case study
PAT for pharmaceutical spray drying
PAT Roundtable
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Contributing to the Sustainability of the UK Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Industries

Industry Focus 2010, Past issues / 22 February 2010 /

The Centre for Process Analytics and Control Technology (CPACT) is a unique industry-driven multi-disciplinary research and development club that was formed in 1997 by the Departments of Pure and Applied Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde, the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering at the University of Newcastle and the Department of Chemistry at the University of Hull, together with 18 member companies.

From data to knowledge through smart Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) and process systems engineering

Issue 6 2008, Past issues / 3 December 2008 /

Pharma-Chem and bio-pharma development and production are now being profoundly influenced by the FDA PAT1 initiative with spectroscopic instrumentation being increasingly applied, or at the very least explored in product and process development and for on-line real-time process applications. The issues related to robust spectroscopic data analysis and calibration modelling and maintenance becomes even more important if PAT is to be widely accepted and applied, especially for the large number of SMEs involved in supplying intermediates and APIs, and in pharmaceuticals manufacturing2.


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