A major manufacturing facility expansion in Denmark will aim to “reduce water consumption with approximately 40 percent and energy consumption with approximately 50 percent compared to similar API processes in other facilities”, according to Novo Nordisk.
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Once-weekly icodec injections showed non inferiority to once-daily injections of degludec in a Phase III clinical trial.
Following shortages of the diabetes medicine Ozempic (semaglutide), the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) have confirmed cases of falsely labelled pre-filled pens at UK and EU wholesalers.
A new manufacturing facility from the Novo Nordisk Foundation will be the first large-scale cell therapy production site in Denmark.
The pharma industry’s adaptation to Industry 4.0 has been slow, due to the extensive regulatory requirements imposed on manufacturers. However, regulatory agencies are starting to embrace movement towards more rapid/automated systems, as illustrated in the revised EU GMP Annex 1, which entered into force in August. Here, Isabella Jul-Jørgensen from the Technical…
In this in-depth focus, explore how automation is transforming environmental monitoring in line with Annex 1, implementation of contamination control strategies and discover the emerging trends and challenges in pharmaceutical microbiology.
Growth of the buccal drug delivery market is driven by the high bioavailability of buccal formulations as well as the ageing population, smoking addiction and increased R&D.
Under a $1 billion acquisition agreement, Novo Nordisk A/S will investigate a potential first-in-class small molecule CB1 receptor blocker as a treatment for obesity.
Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk plans to invest € 2.1bn to expand its production facility north of Copenhagen.
Between 2022 and 2035, the bioavailability enhancement services market will see an 11 percent compound annual growth rate, a report has predicted.
In a global first, the health sector has converged to incentivise supply chains and clinical trials to reduce emissions through the Sustainable Markets Initiative Health Systems Task Force.
The new methodology will assess the carbon impact of clinical trials and recommend ways to reduce it.