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In this article, William E Weiser discusses the advantages global pharmaceutical developers and manufacturers can gain from a laboratory information management system (LIMS) solution and highlights the key considerations to be made when integrating and standardising LIMS in their organisations.
Charles River provides essential products and services to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, government agencies and leading academic institutions around the globe accelerate their research and drug development efforts.
Watch the webinar that analyses the most important points introduced by the newest USP Chapter 1085 on endotoxin testing guideline and their impact.
Regulatory operations are burdened by resource-draining document and data processing tasks, but is robotic process automation the definitive solution? If not, where does it have greatest application and appeal – and how can life sciences firms exploit the full benefits? Agnes Cwienczek scrutinises the technology’s potential.
AJ Ploszay, IQVIA’s Vice President of Digital Strategy, discusses how COVID-19 has accelerated digital transformation and driven the adoption of digital detailing.
Researchers have developed Metabolite Translator, a system that can predict what the in vivo metabolites of a drug could be in order to identify its potential toxicity.
Kiran Chinnalla and Julian Backhouse explain why automation for labelling in pharma can help the industry to remain compliant in the face of regulatory changes.
AUC was used to probe the effect of insulin concentration and the zinc chelating agent EDTA on monomer, dimer, and hexamer formation of USP Human Insulin Standard.
The rapid evolution of the COVID-19 situation has created significant barriers to normal operations, from locking down borders to the imposition of restrictions on trade and export – not to mention a surge in demand for many common medicines. Each of these events in isolation can affect production and supply,…
Andrew Dunbar outlines five digital technologies that can help pharma function to the best of its abilities over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pharmaceutical industry is set to greatly benefit from the use of artificial intelligence (AI), due to its wide range of applications. Sydney Tierney discusses how machine learning can enhance marketing, manufacturing and drug trials.
The developers of DSP-1181, a drug created using AI, announced that it has entered a Phase I clinical trial for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
A study has suggested that while funding for artificial intelligence in pharma was $5.2bn in 2019, overall investment is slowing.