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Looking for an API Supplier? 5 Things to Consider (Updated)

Seven years ago – in March of 2013 – we published a blog post on 5 Things to Consider When Looking for an API Supplier. Because seven human years equals…

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Pharma Drug Innovation in 2020: From Novel Drugs to Drugs for Novel Coronavirus

Have other areas in drug discovery suffered because of COVID-19? It’s probably not too early to say that COVID-19 has changed pharmaceutical drug discovery considerably. And why wouldn’t it have,…

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A Few Words on Pharma Innovation…

At just about the same time we were going to write on the state of peptides (key takeaways: yes – still growing, lots of promise, more drugs in the pipeline),…

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Solving the Insoluble

Soluble drug APIs are now the exception, not the rule. An article at PharmTech by Felicity Thomas (Looking Beyond the Solubility Horizon) caught my eye recently as it discussed a…

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Pharma Tech Transfer Gets Collaborative

Drug manufacturing technology transfer is one of the most complicated and demanding processes in the drug company-contract development organization relationship. There is one overriding deliverable that must go right –…

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Inside QBD: Chemists & Engineers Collaborate on Quality

In a PharmTech webcast, the Neuland team linked up with Dr. San Kiang – Research Professor from the Department of Chemical Engineering at Rutgers University. The objective was a discussion…

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Unveiling Neuland’s Process Engineering Lab: Tightening our Focus on QbD

Neuland has recently welcomed the addition of a new, dedicated Process Engineering Lab to its R&D Center. The lab opened in March, and supports operations and safety studies via a…

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The Outsized Impact of Smaller Pharma CDMOs

One portion of an article at PharmTech (Five Themes That Will Drive the CMO Industry) discussing opportunities for smaller CMOs recently caught my eye. It mentioned that those aforementioned opportunities…

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Emerging Trends in Analytical R&D

In the pharmaceutical discovery space, many promising analytical trends have emerged and are now on the rise – and they will see increasing use in drug discovery in coming years….

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Intellectual Property Management Group Focuses on API Innovation and Differentiation for Customers

With potential projected losses of $16-32 billion for drugs going off-patent in 2015, intellectual property (IP) is increasingly crucial to keeping a competitive edge in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets….

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