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Strengthening the position of Waters in health science applications
The company has completed work at a brand new operating theatre complex at a Leighton hospital
Cleanrooms have long provided environmental control for operations or tasks where the products need protection, but Michelle Frisch, PSL, asks are they the best choice for today’s requirements of cleanliness and limited operator interference?
Two manufacturers of colours and flavours for the food processing industry install high-speed doors
Will supply a sterility test isolator to the biotech facility of the National Bioproducts Institute
Rapid methods for pathogen testing are the focus of increasing effort by the food industry, food regulators and technology providers. Susan Birks looks at recent testing developments
BioSentinel monitors, predicts and controls presence of biofilms in water systems
Blow/fill/seal technology, used widely for ophthalmic, respiratory and parenterals, has been slow to make an impact in the US injectables market. Bill Hartzel, Director, Strategic Execution, Advanced Delivery Technologies, Catalent Pharma Solutions, reviews how its potential advantages meet QbD prin
A robust, validatable industrial parts washer
Along with increasing market and regulatory pressures, the industry needs to keep pace with the latest manufacturing practice. Alan Johnston, Siemens Industry, reviews the trends as predictions about the influence of the next industrial revolution gather pace
Features a no-touch lid and optional anti-microbial additive to act as a barrier against germs and bacteria
Traditionally stainless steel has been the containment material of choice in pharmaceutical production, but the use of single-use systems is growing. Richard Denk and Matthias Hänsel, Hecht Technologie, describe how disposable liner systems are now being employed