• QbD For Process Development, Scale-Up Of A Novel ALS Drug Product

    A stepwise approach to Quality by Design (QbD), which drives consistent quality into manufacturing, became integral to the success of Amylyx's AMX-0035 campaign. 

  • Choosing A Formulation And Process Approach To Oral Controlled Release Products

    Do you want to develop an oral controlled release (OCR) product? If so, you’ll quickly realize there are a lot of questions to answer. Understanding the options and their ramifications is the first step toward devising a plan.

  • 6 Considerations When Planning Data Center Network Upgrades

    As applications like AI, 5G, and IoT continue to grow, so will the need for processing power and bandwidth in the data centers that support their associated applications. It’s no surprise that data centers are rapidly migrating from architectures based on 10 Gb data rates per fiber optic link, to ones based on 40 Gb and 100 Gb.

  • 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.

  • Meeting Food Retailers’ Requirements Through X-Ray Inspection

    Food regulations are deepening and so is the authority regulators have in the marketplace. However, the right X-ray inspection system can help you achieve compliance and exceed retailer requirements.

  • The Role Of Thin Film Optics In QPCR And Covid-19 Detection

    Filter features such as high transmission, steep edges, low ripple and deep blocking are important when testing many samples, says Dr. Rance Fortenberry, director of technology at Alluxa.

  • POS Software + New Printers Keep Table And Bar Service Sizzling Hot

    With the opening of its first location just weeks away, Taco Daddy needed help fast. They reached out to Essential Systems Solutions (ESS), the leading restaurant POS reseller and service provider in Frederick, MD, just minutes from the restaurant.

  • Nanoparticles Drive The Nanotechnology Revolution

    Nanotechnology has been referred to as potentially being the next technical revolution that could change the modern world. Global government investment exceeds $9 billion annually and growing. 

  • MSP Saves Time, Management Overhead With A Tailored Antivirus Solution

    Mirus IT was plagued by all the same problems that had aggravated the IT community for years. Heavy endpoint agents were causing major performance problems, upsetting clients and frustrating technicians. Kaspersky, their former antivirus solution, was becoming a major source of support tickets in its own right. With customers and employees alike, their existing antivirus was causing major headaches.

  • Drug R&D Services Leader Implements A Collaborative Enterprise ELN To Advance Research

    In a demanding and increasingly distributed research environment, drug discovery alliance companies can only attract and maintain collaborations by being responsive and providing high quality results as quickly as possible. What mattered to this BIOVIA customer in meeting collaboration demands, however, was being able to rapidly collect together project information to deliver reports and data, fulfill patent submissions, or leverage and build on past work.

  • Site Selection, Manufacturing & Long-Term Follow-Up: Looming Challenges For A Rescue Phase 1/2 Gene Therapy Trial

    Designing and conducting a gene therapy trial is a complex undertaking. Understanding, planning for, and overcoming the myriad challenges of operationalizing these studies will help you bring safe, breakthrough treatments to patients with unmet medical needs. Here we introduce a case study as a framework for exploring critical study design considerations of gene therapy trials and offering strategies for addressing those hurdles.

  • Expedited Study Delivery - Pharmacy

    A biotech sponsor needed to conduct a challenging Phase I SAD/MAD study, involving multiple IV doses over multiple days in healthy volunteers. Read how our team not only delivered a complex study during a difficult recruitment time and meeting all study criteria but also gained a repeat customer.


  • Saki Corporation Boosts AOI Capabilities With Its New Z-Axis Solution

    Saki Corporation, an innovator in the field of automated optical and X-ray inspection equipment, has introduced enhancements to the 3Di Series AOI system with its new Z-axis solution to accelerate inspection of tall components, press-fit components and PCBAs in jigs.

  • Excelitas Technologies Debuts EXACTD-332 Sensor For Laser Warning Systems

    Excelitas Technologies Corp., a leading industrial technology manufacturer focused on delivering innovative, market-driven photonic solutions expands its EXACTD series of laser warning detectors with its new compact EXACTD-332 sensor for airborne and land vehicles laser warning systems.

  • PRO-NG™ 120 HIE™ Non-Glare Aluminosilicate Glass Provides Up To 6X The Strength Of Standard Soda Lime

    Abrisa Technologies, a US based company, announces the availability of their NEW PRO-NG™ 120 - HIE™ (High-Ion Exchange) strengthened non-glare aluminosilicate glass with a 120-gloss level glare reduction in an extra-thin, light weight format with up to 6X the strength of standard soda lime float glass.

  • Accelerator Physics: Experiment Reveals New Options For Synchrotron Light Sources

    An international team has shown through a sensational experiment how diverse the possibilities for employing synchrotron light sources are. Accelerator experts from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB), the German federal metrology institute Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), and Tsinghua University in Beijing have used a laser to manipulate electron bunches at PTB's Metrology Light Source so that they emitted intense light pulses having a laser-like character.

  • Researchers Improve Data Readout By Using ‘Quantum Entanglement’

    The research team, which included researchers from the Italian Institute of Metrological Research (INRIM) and the University of York, say the findings could have major applications for digital storage devices, including optical memories such as CD or BluRay disks.