Managing QbD From A CMO Perspective
The concepts and methods of Quality by Design (QbD), which the automobile, airline, and electronics industries have utilized to enhance the quality and reliability of their finished products, are gaining traction in pharmaceutical manufacturing. QbD enables pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to identify, analyze, and control the sources of variation in manufacturing processes that can lessen the quality of drugs and other therapeutic products.
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How To Increase Regulatory Flexibility And Tablet Production Efficiency
The goal of every pharmaceutical developer is to create quality products which generate consumer satisfaction, require low cost, and have low risk. Quality starts from the moment of conception of an idea and continues throughout production.
How To Eliminate Heat Effect In Your Fume Hoods
Chemical procedures commonly require the introduction of heat. This is typically in the form of a hot plate or open flame. While the best place to perform these types of chemical procedures is inside a chemical fume hood, most people are unaware of heat’s effect on the airflow through the fume hood, and the potential impact on containment. By Luke Savage, LEED Green Associate, Sales Engineer, Labconco Corporation
Water Purity And Lab Glassware Washers: Just How "Pure" Does It Have To Be?
Water purity supplied to a laboratory glassware washer for rinsing has been the subject of debate in regards to the end result of producing clean glassware. It should be noted that the term ‘deionized water’ does not reference any specific water purity level. The deionization of water produces water within a wide range of purity levels. The deionization process can be used to make medium grade water at 10-20 microsiemens of conductivity, or, it can be used in polishing systems to produce water with a 16-18 megohm resistivity level. By Bob Applequist, Labconco Product Manager
Why Are My Freeze Dry Flasks Breaking? 4 Pre-Freezing Tips
After 15 years of telling customers not to fill their freeze dry flasks to the rim, and not to place their freeze dry flask straight up and down in the freezer, and not to put the lids on their freeze dry flasks during pre-freezing, guess what I did? By Jenny Sprung, Product Manager
Lab Comfort Improves Productivity (Part 2 of 4)
By Brian Garrett, LEED Green Associate, Product Manager