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Research suggests companies are often disappointed by new technologies because they have inflated expectations that do not match the tech's practical capabilities.
Researchers used computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations to assess their cleanroom airflow and suggest improvements that would reduce contamination levels.
In this article, Natalja Genina, Ilari Ahola, Johan Bøtker and Jukka Rantanen at the University of Copenhagen and Sofia Kälvemark Sporrong from Uppsala University discuss the potential of data-enriched edible pharmaceuticals (DEEP) to overcome various drug administration and supply challenges.
Four Big Pharma companies have shared previously unpublished hazard data for drug substances to enhance database-dependent computational tools and help reduce animal testing.
Best estimates suggest counterfeit drugs may account for as much as 50 percent of the sold online and 10 percent of those in circulation worldwide. With counterfeiters primarily replicating packaging to sell imitation products, here Ketaki Badhire of Future Market Insights explores the development of intelligent packaging in combatting counterfeit…
An artificial intelligence (AI)-based test was able to predict cancer patients’ response to drugs more accurately than is currently possible with genetic testing, finds proof-of-concept study.
In this article by IMA, discover how IMAGO software installed on rotary tablet presses supports scientists during tablet manufacturing, providing critical insights into powders.
Here, Frits Stulp and Duncan van Rijsbergen of Iperion explore how startups can establish the most efficient data management processes and systems, avoiding the kind of mistakes made by Big Pharma.
The Common Standard for electronic product information (ePI) is intended to improve delivery of information to patients and healthcare providers.
EMA will establish the DARWIN EU® Coordination Centre to develop and manage a network of real-world healthcare data sources across the EU.
The impending ‘Bio Revolution’, with the microbiome at its foundation, offers ground-breaking solutions and a wealth of opportunity in data science and bioinformatics, explains Anthony Finbow of Eagle Genomics.