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Extending its fluid path product portfolio and strengthening its global presence in the biotech and pharma industries
The medical device contract manufacturer expands its thermoplastic, silicone, and training facilities in Royalton, Vermont, US
The need for better protection for healthcare workers fighting the Ebola virus led to a rethink in the design of protection suits. Now a new suit is to be commercialised under an agreement between John Hopkins University and DuPont
Five tier levels allow systems to be configured to room design and FFU quantity
US Federal Trade Commission decided not to challenge the combination of the two companies
The UK Health & Safety Executive (HSE) recently commissioned a project to improve understanding of the growing nanomaterials industry in the UK and employees’ potential exposure to materials at the nanoscale. This article provides an overview of the project and a brief summary of the findings
The facility is scheduled to be open by March 2016
In this second half of a two-part article, Andreas Nixdorf, SGS Life Science Services, discusses the practical aspects of extractables and leachables testing for containers, closures and other packaging
Turf cut on new 7,200 square metre facility in Stevenage, UK
Particle counts arising from gowned operatives moving in a Body Box have been carried out in the past, but results for microbial counts under the same experimental conditions have been harder to achieve. Dastex presents its study involving TSI’s new counting technology
Facility will help to foster collaboration with industrial partners and provide a training environment for Bristol’s postgraduate students
Faced with the demands of a busy workload, the importance of autoclave validation is easily forgotten. Lee Oakley, Sales Director, Priorclave, provides a reminder of why it is critical