Recipharm and Adroit Science Form Collaboration
News Mar 26, 2015
Recipharm AB and Adroit Science AB have announced the formation of a new strategic collaboration. Adroit Science AB will support Recipharm’s pharmaceutical development with high quality solid state characterization services.
By combining expertise in formulation development, API development, chemical analysis and solid state characterization, both the speed and cost of development can be reduced whilst, at the same time, quality is improved.
“I am very excited about this collaboration”, says Carl-Johan Spak, Executive Vice President, Development & Technology at Recipharm. “With the addition of development services from Adroit, we will have a very competitive offering, which will help our customers to progress their projects in a highly efficient way. Adroit Science AB has fast established itself as one of the leading providers of solid state characterization services in Northern Europe. Indeed, we can offer an even better service to our customers through this collaboration, including complete development from molecule to product.”
“Adroit Science and Recipharm have already cooperated in a number of successful projects, and this formal partnership marks the logical next step in the mutual development of our strategic relationship. We are delighted to join forces with a leading CDMO like Recipharm and predict that this will bring new opportunities in worldwide customer support” remarked Hans Gredeby, CEO of Adroit Science AB.
Elpis BioMed Closes Funding Round to Commercialise Novel Technology Platform for Generating Human Cell TypesNews
New Cambridge spin-out company commercialises disruptive technology that enables rapid generation of pure and consistent batches of human cell types. Geographically diversified, top-tier investor team includes key industry leaders to support early company development.READ MORE
New Bioprocessing Technique Set to Revolutionize Cell CultureNews
A technique which revolutionises cell culture by allowing the continuous production and collection of cells, has been developed by scientists at Newcastle University. The Newcastle team have developed a coating that allows individual stromal cells to “peel away” from the surface on which they are grown.READ MORE
Quotient Sciences Acquires Pharmaterials, a UK-based Contract Development and Manufacturing OrganizationNews
Quotient Sciences, the drug development services organization, announces it has acquired Pharmaterials, a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) based in Reading, U.K..READ MORE