Read, Learn, Innovate: Top Blog Posts from October 2019
Featured in this edition of iSpeak Reading Roundup, are the top blog posts from October 2019. See leading facilities, break-through therapies, innovative technologies, and more for what the pharmaceutical industry was reading in October.
Learn more about how modular and podular construction designs can shape facilities of biopharmaceutical manufacturing. These facility designs can have the ability to address the severity of natural disasters and the impact on vulnerable populations globally.
This year’s category winner proved excellence in the incorporation of novel technologies, improved efficiencies, and success in eliminating challenges. Read more about Pfizer’s first modular biological production facility!
See the updates and new changes to EU Clinical Trial Regulation, including a single approach for the application and maintenance of the CT authorisation and this applies to trials whether they are multi-member state or mono-state.
Review current challenges validation experts are facing when implementing programs for advanced manufacturing. Key ideas addressed are continuous validation techniques and multi-step production challenges.
Discover how AveXis overcame challenges in execution and delivery of novel treatments for patients affected by rare and life-threatening neurological genetic diseases. The company received an Honorable Mention Award for this year’s competition.
A committee under the auspices of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) is conducting a study with the aim of producing a consensus report that identifies emerging and upcoming technologies that have the potential to...
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several governments are considering legislation or regulatory actions that would require some or all parts of a drug product’s supply chain, e.g., Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) and biotherapeutic drug...
As we sat down to write the this blog for iSPEAK to promote the 2020 ISPE Annual Meeting & Expo we wanted to look back over what has happened in the world in the first half of 2020 and to say it has been one for the history books is an understatement, it...