Researchers have developed silica spheres to contain cancer therapeutics that melt at certain temperatures and have the potential to improve drug delivery.
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A new process developed by the University of Bath protects a TB antigen and a novel vaccine adjuvant from heat damage.
7 August 2019 | By WITec GmbH
This webinar will describe how Raman microscopy can help solve some of the most vital and challenging questions that researchers face in 3D imaging and microparticle analyses of food, pharmaceuticals and microplastics, along with providing measurement examples from each field.
The global pharmaceutical robots market is set to be worth $344.4m at the end of a forecast period, after seeing substantial growth.
Scientists have developed microrobots that can deliver medication to specific spots inside the body while being controlled from outside the patient.
A new drug delivery system disguises chemo-therapeutics as fat in order to destroy tumours.
The successful pilot programme could represent an important step forward in biopharmaceutical supply chain innovation.
The global controlled release drug delivery market will be worth an estimated $91.2 billion by 2026, according to a new study.
Two pharmaceutical companies have partnered to develop a slow-release drug to treat patients with HIV.
A research group has designed a pills-on-a-coil system to administer drugs without having to take pills.
New digital design and manufacturing techniques offer pharmaceutical manufacturers the possibility of a systems-based, digital approach to substantially streamline their design, development and manufacturing processes. The ADDoPT collaborative consortium has been working to explore how emerging process understanding and predictive models can be applied and embedded within industrial workflows to…
A team at the Technical University of Munich have made it possible for nano particles to be released in sequence with the use of artificial DNA.
Researchers have developed a new drug delivery system that can be remotely controlled to administer patients with medication.