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Vaccine Manufacture and Supply – News and Features

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Industry Insight

Supporting Sustainable Biopharmaceutical Production With Plant-Based Plastic Labware

Encouraging scientists to rethink the materials and methods they use will help to foster a culture of sustainability within research institutions and across various industries. Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Joel Eichmann from Green Elephant Biotech to learn more about the creation of its plant-based plastic labware, and his broader vision for embedding sustainability within the biotech industry.
Vaccine vials.

Cameroon Launches Historic Malaria Vaccine Rollout

Cameroon today launched the RTS,S malaria vaccine into its routine national immunization services, becoming the first country to do so outside the malaria vaccine pilot programme that was carried out in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi.
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Vaccine Lowers Cholesterol Levels in Preclinical Trials

A newly developed vaccine could offer an inexpensive way to lower "bad" cholesterol, improving heart health.
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Most US Parents Plan To Vaccinate Their Children Against the “Tripledemic”

The first national study of its kind suggests that most US parents plan to vaccinate their children against influenza, COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus.
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Synthetic DNA Advances Will Catalyze the Next Wave of Biotherapeutic Innovation

This article explores how biopharmaceutical organizations seeking to remain competitive must adopt innovations, like cell-free long DNA synthesis, to unleash the potential of synthetic biology and accelerate therapeutic development across all facets of genetic medicine.

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Next-Gen mRNA Technology: A Crucial Pandemic Preparedness Tool

Drew Burch discusses how next-gen mRNA technology is one of the most valuable tools to combat and control disease outbreaks and why continued investment in this field is crucial for maintaining our pandemic preparedness.
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Accelerating Vaccine Development With Automation

This article will outline how automation is currently adopted in vaccine development, including workflows and methods to improve efficiency. In addition, it will explore future opportunities to implement automation when developing vaccines.
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Development of Low-Cost Oral Cholera Vaccine Underway

The International Vaccine Institute (IVI) began clinical development of DuoChol, a new low-cost oral cholera vaccine (OCV) in capsule form.
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Mobile Vaccine Printer Could Help Vaccines Reach More People

A mobile vaccine printer, developed by MIT researchers, could be used to scale up vaccine production and help vaccines reach more people.
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The Future of Science: Humanity Takes a Front Seat

With the world of science rapidly evolving, and a new year beginning, we look at the trends breaking through right now, asking experts: where is the world of science headed?