At ContractPharma.com: an Industry Survey and a Little Green Chemistry
I recently came across two interesting articles in recent issues of Contract Pharma. One was their annual outsourcing survey, which I find often dovetails with our experiences at Neuland. The…
Green Chemistry and Benign by Design
7 ways to boost profits and reduce pharma synthesis waste At Neuland, we’re advocates of green chemistry. Not only is it better for the environment, but it’s also just logistically…
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You Can’t Keep a Good Drug Down
Reducing Mutagens, Carcinogens & Other Genotoxins to Improve Safety Profiles There are a number of process modifications API manufacturers can make to improve safety profiles, reduce production costs, improve capacity…
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Five Trends in API Development & Production
There have been some tremendous gains made in the pharma industry’s understanding of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) design, and it’s reflected in the APIs currently in development around the globe….
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EHS Stewardship: Green Chemistry, Healthy People, Healthy Workplace
Environmental protection and the prevention of occupational illness and work injuries are key pillars of corporate responsibility and stewardship. But Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) isn’t a break-down-the-doors kind of topic….