Records Management


  • The biotechnology, medical device, and pharmaceutical industries are highly regulated globally by a diverse group of agencies. Assuring GMP Quality and Regulatory Compliance throughout your supply chain is a challenge. Meeting this challenge requires a successful interaction between knowledge, systems, and people.

  • Anton Paar’s PSA series incorporates fifty years of experience. The world's first laser diffraction particle size analyzer – the first-ever PSA – was invented in 1967. The three models PSA 990, PSA 1090, and PSA 1190 are designed to measure a wide range of particle sizes in liquid dispersions or dry powders.

  • Through our Strategic Program Management approach, we plan and structure our programs to align with your objectives. All of our processes are built around identifying and mitigating risks while allowing flexibility to change and adapt our approach to deliver the best program outcome.

  • In your organization, there are constant challenges to streamline post-approval changes to meet market demand and prevent drug shortages. Critical to a streamlined process is robust process change management with targeted assessments giving you the desired outcome to reduce deviations, lower cost of quality, and enhance your regulatory strategy.

  • CoreRx understands the important variables when formulating pediatric dosage forms like dose flexibility, palatability, and ease of administration.  This experience along with an assortment of technologies allow CoreRx to overcome the many hurdles pediatric products present while providing you with a distinctive development solution.



  • Creating New Carbon-Driven Goals

    No one would ever accuse King Island cattle producers Ana Pimenta and Tom Perry of lacking ambition.

  • Divorce In A One-Dimensional World

    Scientists at the Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics have experimentally confirmed a fifty year old prediction about the (in)separability of an electron's spin and electric charge using a specialised quantum simulator. The result is now published in "Science".

  • Heavy Rainfall Drives One-Third Of Nitrogen Runoff, According To New Study

    Heavy rain events that occur only a few days a year can account for up to one-third of the annual nitrogen runoff from farmland in the Mississippi River basin, according to a new study by Iowa State University scientists.

  • Exploring Nonlinear Water Routes To Circularity In Flanders

    Known for its castles and red ale, Flanders has been diligently working away on plans to become known as a European region in another area: the circular economy. Bordering the Netherlands, the Flemish region of Belgium is taking the circular economy seriously.

  • Tandem Solar Cell World Records: New Branch In The NREL Chart

    Especially for a development from the HZB there is now a new branch in the graphic for solar cell world records. The new world record cell consists of the semiconductors perovskite and CIGS, which are connected to form a monolithic "two-terminal" tandem cell.