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Can We Stem the Tide of Unsuccessful Drugs?

Article   Feb 11, 2019 | by Alexandra Boussommier-Calleja

Pluripotent Stem Cells in Drug Discovery: Can We Stem the Tide of Unsuccessful Drugs?


Helping the Pharmaceutical Industry Tackle the Evolving Challenge of Water Quality


Water plays a vital role in a broad range of processes within the pharmaceutical industry, from its use as a reagent and solvent in drug synthesis, to its utilization in formulation development and analytical testing, all the way through to product packaging and labeling. As a result, pharmaceutical companies must employ a range of treatment and monitoring processes to ensure the impurities present in water do not interfere with its intended use.


Standardization Challenges in Pharmaceutical Product Labeling


Product labels can be viewed as a “clinical instruction manual”, providing a concise description of the benefits and risks for a consumer and relevant information to dispensers, patients, and their caregivers. Here we take a look at labeling compliance, the importance of keeping information up-to-date, and risks associated with noncompliance.


Francis Mojica: The Modest Microbiologist Who Discovered and Named CRISPR


Kicking off Technology Networks Explores the CRISPR Revolution, Professor Mojica, or "Francis", takes us on a journey back to the original research that, despite being deemed "crazy" by members of the scientific community at the time, led to the CRISPR revolution that is anticipated to edit evolution forever.



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