In 2008 Hollister did a thorough evaluation of available solutions to automate some key internal business processes including the tracking of product registrations and the management of CAPAs.
One tool holds a unique position among R&D informatics systems -- electronic laboratory notebooks (ELNs). ELNs both produce data and consume information and are particularly powerful.
How an agnostic and data-driven approach early on can optimize the development pathway to bring the molecule to the market faster.
A Q&A session with formulation and bioavailability experts on addressing formulation challenges for pediatric populations.
This white paper examines the challenges of managing research data today and what to look for in an ELN. The white paper also addresses key issues in selecting and deploying an ELN in today’s digital research environment including the importance of seamlessly integrating ELNs with existing research workflows. The white paper concludes with a brief consideration of ELN costs, financial benefits and return on investment (ROI).
The ADC field is in a transitional period. Older approaches to conjugate composition and dosing regimens still dominate the ADC clinical pipeline, but preclinical work is driving a rapid evolution in how we strategize to improve efficacy and reduce toxicity towards better therapeutic outcomes. In an indication of future directions for the field, antibody conjugates bearing non-cytotoxic small molecule payloads are being developed to reduce side effects associated with treatment of chronic diseases.
Due to their poor oral bioavailability, oligosaccharides are formulated as solutions or suspensions and delivered by invasive intravenous (IV) or subcutaneous injection.
Advancements open a new range of applications to the use of intelligent, networked valve manifold I/O. The new hardware makes it possible to gain advantages in labor savings and diagnostic capability.
TÜV Rheinland, a testing and certification leader at the forefront of interoperability, performance and safety in the globally connected world, today announced its Littleton, MA lab has been accepted to operate in the IECEE CB Scheme (IEC System of Conformity Assessment Schemes for Electrotechnical Equipment and Components) under the responsibility of National Certification Body (NCB) TUV Rheinland of North America, Inc. Approval was obtained for the medical and electrical product safety lab in Littleton, MA, for the Product Categories and subsequent standards as listed on the IECEE website