Allison Strochlic and Andrea Dwyer discuss the often overlooked aspect of a combination product user interface: the packaging. With a specific look at injection devices, the authors cover how to perform proper human factors testing of a combination product’s packaging, and the advantages doing so can confer to a project.
Andrea Cusack discusses how, by using bottom-up nanotechnology techniques, efficiencies can be found both in the development of new chemical entities and in the repurposing of existing drugs, and how these efficiencies translate into reduced energy requirements and therefore more sustainable industry practices.
Sergio Malorni and George Bostock discuss the issue of designing for sustainability, including going beyond “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” to “Rethink” and looking to adjacent and consumer industries for inspiration on innovations the drug delivery industry can adopt with a view to reducing its environmental impact.
In this exclusive interview, Andrei Yosef discusses Sorrel’s differentiated electro-mechanical, connected wearable injection platform, and two exciting recent milestones for the company, the opening of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and the signing of a significant partnership with a large pharma company.
FROM FORMULATION TO MANUFACTURING: LIPID NANOPARTICLE mRNA VACCINES, GENE THERAPIES & OTHER NANOMEDICINES
In this exclusive interview with ONdrugDelivery, Aaron Mann discusses how Kindeva is positioned to move forward as a major CDMO specialising in inhalation and transdermal dosage forms, having been formed from 3M’s drug delivery in May 2020. We also cover the impact of Covid-19, environmental sustainability, and current challenges faced by the pharmaceutical industry.
Lars Keinicke Hansen; Chiara Mussoi and Odra Pinato describe how the streamlining of processes and harmonisation of products and services can better serve pharmaceutical companies. A case study highlights how a unique combination of expertise in automation and glass primary packaging benefited pharma giant Merck Serono in a recent project.
Bentsi Algazi and Anna Kalika-Rodin discuss the process of developing and implementing in-house production facilities at Sorrel Medical, including cleanroom facilities. The authors discuss the regulatory requirements involved, practical considerations of the design and construction, and the benefits the establishment of in-house facilities confers to Sorrel and its pharmaceutical partners.
VAXESS RECEIVES BARDA CONTRACT FOR COVID-19 + SEASONAL FLU VACCINE IN ITS SMART-RELEASE MICRONEEDLE PATCH
TFF AND UNION AGREE LICENSING PACT FOR TFF TECHNOLOGY WITH NICLOSAMIDE FOR THE TREATMENT OF COVID-19