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The winning companies were chosen from nine shortlisted entrants
The SITRANS solution is now available with a hygiene-encapsulated antenna and benefits from European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG) approval
Aseptic gowning is key to contamination control in aseptic processes. Brian Hayes, Ipsen Biopharm, outlines some best practices used in the routine gowning management process for successful aseptic processing
North America is the largest market segment owing to technological advances
The robots use pulsed xenon to create UV light that quickly destroys infectious germs
When considering the lyophilisation of moisture-sensitive biopharmaceuticals, companies must not only consider the moisture transfer via the container but also the stopper, as Dr Heike Kofler, West Pharmaceutical Services, explains
With increasing emphasis on operator safety and product protection, better containment solutions are needed by the pharma sector. Phil Gabb, Sales Director, GEA Pharma Systems, examines whether personal protection equipment-free drug production is a possibility in the near future
Zydus Cadila recently expanded its sterile injectables filling operations. Nicola Magriotis, Romaco, explains why its Macofar VF 18 aseptic vial filler was ideal for the job
ElectroClave UV sanitiser allows tablet computers and smartphones to be cleaned
Frequently contamination monitoring relies on the swabbing of surfaces but Jim Mills, Managing Director, Air Monitors, describes how cyclone technology developed in France is being used for improved bioaerosol sampling of a variety of environments
Compact and modular system is designed for in situ sterilisation and is suitable for microbial and cell cultures
In April 2015 the new Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations 2015 come into force in the UK. So what do pharmaceutical manufacturers planning construction projects need to know? Todd Hallam, EHS Director at specialist high-care construction company Chalcroft, explains