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Darlington-based facility will include labs and cleanrooms for biologics research and create new jobs
Scientists at Nagoya University have found a method that uses an artificial metalloprotein to inhibit growth of P. aeruginosa
Refurbishing facilities is often more complex than building from scratch. Paul Morley, Operations Director, Chalcroft Construction, outlines the creation of two cleanrooms in an existing facility at the medical device manufacturer, Bespak
Driven by rising geriatric populations and rising incidences of hospital-acquired infections
PharmaSafe pro protects operators from increasingly potent ingredients
Customised monitoring systems are being used more and more in manufacturing environments to ensure compliance with GMP. Matthias Alber takes a logical step-by-step look at what to consider during the specifying and commissioning process
Adds isolation area to centralise final wash and dry, inspection and packaging processes
Ensuring cosmetics and personal care products are safe and do not spoil is an increasing challenge for formulators faced with a decreasing armoury of preservatives and ever more resilient microbes. Susan Birks reports from Pharmig’s recent meeting on the issue
Facility upgrade to BSL-3 level answers growing global demand for testing facilities
Carclo Technical Plastics has expanded into ISO Class 8 manufacturing with the aid of two self-contained cleanroom units designed by Sumitomo (SHI) Demag
Reducing or eliminating preservatives in products could make things worse instead of better for human health and the environment
Stem cells are a new and promising area of medical research, but providing the right environment for their production, use and storage is important for purity and shelflife. MRC Systems describes the design and build of a cleanroom facility for a stem cell research centre and clinic in Dubai