Cover—Crossing Over to Large Molecules: Bridges to Biomanufacturing
Engineers looking to enter the biomanufacturing workforce may feel unprepared without a background in cell culture or chromatography. We interviewed four biomanufacturing professionals who made the switch from traditional pharmaceutical processes to biomanufacturing to identify the bridges that helped them make the transition.
Feature—Gen X, Millennial: The Mentoring Relationship, Step by Step
Young engineers need mentoring to succeed. How does this relationship play out? And how does one become a mentor or mentee? Our case study of a mentoring relationship between Gen Xer Kerren Bergman and Millennial Kelly Scalva discusses lessons learned and the joint successes both have seen in both their personal and professional lives.
Special Report—Data Integrity: Compliance, Transparency, Control
Today, the need for data integrity is foremost in our documentation, analytical records, measurements, and requirements. Data integrity demonstrates that processes operate within proscribed limits, and ensures that we can archive, retrieve, and show the data for any state of the process at any given moment in time. This Special Report provides insights into how we manage, use, and incorporate data to protect the integrity of all values, measurements, and processes—as well as comply with regulatory mandates and guidances.