5 Characteristics Of The Automated Microbiology Lab Of The Future
The modern microbiology laboratory is starting to look very different from the laboratory of 10 years ago, and it will continue to evolve in the next few years. There are a number of innovations being implemented now or are in progress that can signal the path that many microbiology laboratories will follow.
Risk-Based Strategies For Revalidating Bio/Pharma Equipment & Systems
While equipment and systems validation is a regulatory requirement, it would take thousands of annual tests to retest all equipment and systems. BioPhorum shares risk-based approaches to new product introduction, controlled temperature chambers, sterilization processes, and more.
4 Risk Mitigation Strategies For mRNA Production
Planning and procuring custom materials needed to manufacture mRNA remains a top concern. This article shares risk mitigation strategies for multi-sourcing, S&OP process, packaging size, and material expiry.
The Global Market For Generics & Biosimilars Through 2032
According to new market research from insightSLICE, the global market size for generic drugs (including biosimilars) was estimated to be $566.85 billion in 2022 and is expected grow at a CAGR of 5.7% from 2023 to reach a value of $990 billion by 2032. This article shares key insights from the market research.
New DSCSA Compliance Blueprint Includes FDA & Industry Input
Pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, and pharmacies must all ensure they are ready for the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA)'s full implementation starting on Nov. 27, 2023. The Partnership for DSCSA Governance, a public-private partnership, has published a blueprint compiling input from every sector, including FDA, industry, and solution providers.
Final Guidance Locks In FDA’s Definitions For Suspect And Illegitimate Drug Product
With a Drug Supply Chain Security Act deadline looming, FDA published its final guidance clarifying terms the agency uses to describe illegitimate and suspect drug product.
A Regulator Looks Back On What We Learned From Accelerated SARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing mAbs Development
Prior knowledge, platforms, parallel backup programs, and strategic timing all come into play when rapidly scaling up a mAbs development program in response to a public health emergency.
Increase In FDA Inspections + Whistleblower Complaints = Heightened Compliance Scrutiny
We are seeing a significant increase in manufacturing facility inspections by the FDA and other health authorities globally. We are also seeing an uptick in whistleblower complaints. Why? And how can you navigate it? This article examines the issue.
A Brief Overview Of Vaccine Purification Technologies And Analytical Tools
Downstream processing remains a major bottleneck for vaccine production, and the industry is racing to develop new purification technologies. Here's a snapshot of where we stand and of what needs to happen next to increase quality and yields.
How Can Life Sciences Navigate M&A In 2023?
As we close out the first quarter of 2023, let's take a look at how life sciences executives can conduct better M&A deals despite this unpredictable business environment.