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H2O2 is used in many pharma, medical and food applications as an effective sterilising agent
The chamber is designed to be a special hygienic environment for outsourced biostorage
Pharmaceutical manufacturers are under increasing pressure to guarantee drug sterility. Simon Phillips, Head of Sterile Manufacturing, Nova Laboratories, explains how designing the right Grade A environment at a drug’s development stage can alleviate pressure further down the line
Setting a standard at the highest level available could be counter-productive
The Electronic Hand-hygiene Compliance Organisation (EHCO) includes eight US-based solution providers
Quality assurance plays a key role in pharmaceutical packaging production. Packaging manufacturer Schott explains how it has set about raising employee awareness of the importance of working to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) guidelines
In spite of a Consent Decree from the US FDA and a comprehensive restructuring programme
A UK-based Cancer Research development unit has reduced its cleaning validation work by employing a single-use fluid path developed for liquid filling. Watson Marlow explains
The firm sees the move into industrial refrigeration as a logical expansion of its business
The 23rd annual Pharmig conference, held in Nottingham in November 2015, brought together expert microbiologists, regulatory inspectors and delegates to discuss recent changes to regulatory guidance, as well as hot topics in biofilm remediation, cleaning and environmental monitoring. Susan Birks rep
Hager + Elsässer implements project for Angtrem-T plant in Zelenograd
The results of a recent NASA study, obtained using new molecular analysis methods, provide strong evidence that specific human skin-associated bacteria make a substantial contribution to the space station microbiome