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  • At Genezen, we understand the importance of a streamlined transition from viral vector to cell therapy manufacturing. That’s why we have strong partnerships with world-recognized experts, in order to advance your therapies to clinic with quality and precision.

  • Managing an electronic trial master file (eTMF) is a complex and labor-intensive effort. Centralize and streamline your clinical activities with MasterControl eTMF software systems.

  • Stevanato Group through its historical brand Ompi provides a wide range of washed, siliconized and pre-sterilized SG EZ-fill® syringes systems. Available in a range of sizes from 0,5 ml to 5 mL with staked needle, Luer cone or Luer lock adapter. Bulk syringe systems are available with or without staked needle and provided in trays.

  • PCI offers in-house laboratories providing a range of packaging and analytical laboratory services to support clients in the development, clinical and commercial supply of medicines globally.

  • HAMMER uses the Method of Characteristics (MOC) – the benchmark standard for hydraulic transient flow analysis. The MOC computes results at intermediate points along the pipeline, accurately capturing critical outcomes (such as mid-pipe negative pressures) that could otherwise be overlooked.


  • Advanced Clinical Achieves A Strategic Advantage With Veeva Vault eTMF

    Contract research organization Advanced Clinical leverages Veeva Vault eTMF to run faster, higher-quality trials for study partners.

  • Validation Study In Adults With Lifestyle-Related Chronic Disease

    The Philips Health Band (PHB) is a wrist-worn activity and heart rate monitoring device. This study assessed the measurement performance of the PHB in adults at risk for lifestyle-related chronic disease such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes type 2 as well as adults with existing lifestyle-related chronic disease.

  • Accelerate Biopharmaceutical Scale-Up

    A pharmaceutical company was better able to meet clinical timelines by combining lab and pilot plant data to visualize trends and perform advanced analytics resulting in faster process development.

  • The Service Model Evolution

    Today’s field service teams are very different than teams of the past in terms of how they’re formed, how they operate, their everyday responsibilities and more. Advances in technology, travel and society fueled this evolution for decades. Then, after the dot-com boom and the economic downturn of 2008, more changes occurred when organizations of all kinds earnestly challenged themselves to do more with less. Most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic hit and everything changed again; in many ways, we’re still in the midst of assessing how our world is different than before and how teams need to evolve to streamline operations and best serve customers and end-users.

  • Quality System Metrics That Matter

    Product quality is a top priority in any business because nothing else matters without it. Measuring the impact of quality instantly becomes the No. 1 business imperative when those process inefficiencies begin to negatively affect the bottom line. See how these companies digitized and connected their document management processes to help accelerate the time it takes to get a product to market without jeopardizing regulatory compliance.

  • Why Form Follows Function For Cell Culture Science

    Configurability builds cell culture equipment around processes, so you don’t need to build your processes around your equipment.

  • Simplified 400-Gbps Cabling Deployment Solutions With Cisco Nexus 3000 Series Switches

    With the ever-expanding bandwidth needs that virtualization and cloud technologies have applied to the data center network, staying ahead of the curve is extremely important to maintain a competitive advantage. This document introduces products from Cisco and Panduit that address the associated needs. This document also maps the logical designs to the physical layout and displays those products deployed within the data center network.

  • Liquid Handling Solutions For Bulk Drug Substance Management

    How modern containment technologies optimize and streamline bulk drug substance management workflows while ensuring substance integrity and safety.

  • Laundry Innovator WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems Drives Field Service Efficiency And Enhances Customer Experience

    When laundry powerhouse WASH realized that a lack of access to accurate parts and technical information hindered efficiency and accuracy within their support organizations, they turned to AnswersAnywhere to create a mobile "single source of truth" for their field service technicians and customer support staff. 

  • Brand Spirits Leader Digitizes Business Operations With The SIMATIC IT Suite

    Gruppo Campari closed 26 acquisitions in the spirits industry in the past two decades to become the world’s sixth player, with over 50 premium and super-premium brands. With each acquisition, Gruppo Campari needs to integrate new products, plants and assets into its operations management systems. By 2012 they realized there was no standard workflow for document authoring and validation, and information was shared via email or phone. Using Siemens technology, Gruppo Campari has created a unified repository for all product specifications and increased the efficiency of product development and manufacturing processes.

  • Transient EM/Circuit Co-Simulation In XFdtd: A Closer Look At TVS Diodes For ESD Protection

    This paper introduces XFdtd’s transient EM/circuit co-simulation capability, which combines the strength of 3D full-wave electromagnetic simulation with the flexibility of circuit solvers.

  • Gwinnett County Explores Benefits Of Digital Twins At Pump Station

    As a leader in the water industry, Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources (GCDWR) aims to provide superior water services at an excellent value. The multi-award-winning utility has been recognized both statewide and nationally for excellence in water production, wastewater treatment, infrastructure development, and customer satisfaction. GCDWR operates and maintains two water production facilities; three water reclamation facilities; more than 200 pump stations; and nearly 8,000 miles of water, sewer, and stormwater pipes that provide essential services to more than 900,000 people each day.