Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology (IPT)
IPT provides a platform for cutting-edge ideas, concepts, and developments shaping the future of pharmaceutical R&D.
Natoli engineering has made significant contributions to the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries. Specialising in tablet compression and encapsulation technology, innovative machines, tooling and solutions that enhance tablet and encapsulation manufacturing processes, Natoli has advanced manufacturing technologies and practices worldwide
While the drug-device combination product industry is always investing in technology that could better meet the needs of patients, governments and sponsors, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the process, bringing in more outside investment and a broader range of organisations in active development
What are some trends in the mRNA space surrounding the growing desire for speed-to-market, and what hurdles are impeding the achievement of this goal?
Drug product optimisation, also known as reformulation, is a development step required by all drugs en route to market. This process takes a long time, carries a considerable cost and places significant emphasis on the predictive power of laboratory and preclinical assessments. What are some alternative pathways available to development teams?
For different binder-diluent ratios on the tablet mechanical strength, a proposed scale could serve as a ‘guiding torch’ for various formulators while designing preclinical or early phase formulations
IPT sat down with Dr Chris Vincent at PDD, to understand more about the digital innovations that are leading design and whether technologies like Extended Reality (XR) can be beneficial to the process
As technology within the analysis sphere continues to evolve, temperature control is becoming increasingly important for drug discovery and research
Concierge services are critical to helping patients navigate technology and other logistics in a decentralised clinical trial. How best can they be implemented?