A temperature excursion or delayed delivery in clinical supply can result in the loss of high value product, a disruption to patient supply, and damage to your reputation.
This webinar from World Courier will focus on moving clinical and commercial product utilizing active temperature controlled systems. By attending, you will gain powerful information to shape and redefine your supply chain.
By Laurie Meehan, Polaris Compliance Consultants, Inc.
Last year, the FDA published its draft guidance, officially titled "Contract Manufacturing Arrangements for Drugs: Quality Agreements." Here are some of the highlights.
By Tony Harrison and Bob Latimer, Hach Ultra Analytics
ISO 21501 is a new family of standards describing the instruments and calibration requirements for determining particle size distribution using light interaction methods. It represents the culmination of work by instrumentation manufacturers and industry users and comes at a critical time for the life sciences industry, with the increasing trend for real-time air particle monitoring in cleanrooms using light-scattering air particle counters.
By Hemi Sagi, Director, ATC, Inc.
Before new technologies were available to directly measure very small leaks, most leak measurements were done indirectly. Direct mass leak flow measurement has many advantages. It is independent of part volume or configuration, and it's not sensitive to temperature changes.
A Q&A with James Espiritu, Laboratory Equipment Business Applications Manager, Miele
As in any analytical lab, cross-contamination due to improper glassware washing is one of the major sources of experimental error in a drug development lab. The good news is that cross-contamination is totally preventable, and it is possible to have excellent control over the glassware washing operation using a properly validated, sophisticated labwasher.