White Papers

  1. What Clinical Teams Should Know About The Benefits Of Auto-Injectors

    For a host of reasons, auto-injectors are becoming biopharma companies’ delivery method of choice for commercial use and late-stage clinical trials. Auto-injectors ensure that the prescribed dose of medication is delivered fully and completely,making it easier to track compliance in clinical trials.

  2. Utilizing Pneumatic Technology To Build High-Performance Liquid Dispensing Systems For Lab Automation Applications

    Pressure-controlled liquid dispensing systems provide a simple, quick and cost-effective way to dose nanoliter-to milliliter-scale volumes of fluid with precision, reliability and scalability. In this white paper, we’ll explore the basics of designing a pressurized dispensing system—including how to manage flow, pressure and other control variables to optimize your throughput in these critical applications.

  3. AuditCheck Metal Detection System Improves Efficiency And Product Safety

    The Thermo Scientific AuditCheck metal detection verification performance system is a unique performance verification system which utilizes an automated test shuttle that moves through the metal detector’s field at user-specified points in time.

  4. Key Concepts Driving The Future Of Single-Use In Biopharma Production

    This article discusses four topics related to single-use bioprocessing which are commonly cited by end users as amenable to future development. 

  5. Validation Of A Glovebox Workstation

    Many existing research labs, pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers, and contract manufacturing organizations (CMO’s) are not designed nor are they equipped with the engineering controls to safely handle the manufacture of ADC’s. The safe manufacture of ADC’s requires more modern facilities, equipment, and engineering controls as well as programs, practices, and procedures to adequately protect the operators and the work environment. Read the steps that must be taken to consider a glovebox workstation fully validated to manufacture ADCs safely.

  6. Critical Considerations When Selecting A Vented Balance Enclosure

    Critical to the operation of laboratories are the safe and effective weighing of potent powder compounds, active pharmaceutical ingredients and nanomaterials. Parallel challenges for fast accurate weighing with proven safe containment for product and personnel protection create continued demand for an enclosure that meets both functionality and performance. This paper discusses the primary benefits of the vented balance enclosure.

  7. Risk Mitigation Of Parenteral Packaging With Container Closure Integrity (CCIT)

    Pharmaceutical parenteral delivery systems are the highest risk packaging application concerning container closure integrity. Leaks that register in the single micron range can introduce a significant threat of bacterial ingress as shown in research by Kirsch et al. in 1997. To manage this risk, the industry has continued to pursue leak detection methods that are more sensitive and reliable for vials, ampoules, cartridges and syringes.

  8. 8 Key Factors When Selecting A Powered Air-Purifying Respirator System

    This white paper explores eight considerations in detail and could be helpful to EHS managers and supervisors looking to select a Powered Air-Purifying Respirator system for their particular application.

  9. Is Your Partner Prepared For Your Scale-Up And Commercialization Challenges?

    Most early-stage companies are not equipped with the means necessary for successful scale-up and commercialization, so it is critical you find a partner that can help you overcome the inevitable challenges of drug development.

  10. Enhancing Bioavailability When Developing Oral Solid Formulations

    Methods for improving bioavailability are constantly evolving. Selecting the right approach is key to achieving a good formulation that reduces the frequency of dosing and improves patient compliance, as well as results in a low production cost.