Harmonisation challenges in the EU

The EU directive, as updated in 2005, had many objectives and one of them was to ensure that the agencies harmonised medicines from one county to another. Harmonisation can be seen in several ways but is for the most part divided into two main... more »

Apr 22, 2014 by in Regulatory Affairs Blog

Choosing a lab services partner

In today’s dynamically changing environment, innovation and cost efficiency in drug development is crucial; costs of R&D are growing aggressively with an average investment of $1.3 billion required to successfully initiate a new drug to market... more »

Apr 22, 2014 in Guest Blogs

TSAR Predict service solves age-old 'sticking' conundrum in hours

It is a year since EPM’s editor Elizabeth Valero first spoke to I Holland Ltd’s research, development & quality systems manager Rob Blanchard about I Holland and the University of Nottingham’s School of Pharmacy’s TSAR (Tabletting Science and... more »

Apr 22, 2014 in Editor's Blog

A brief history of bringing to market a hugely successful containment transfer system

Ezi-Dock Systems in Kirby in Ashfield, Nottingham, UK, specialises in the provision of liquid- and dust-free powder transfer and handling solutions. Editor Elizabeth Valero visited Ezi-Dock’s managing director Steve McAleavy to learn about the... more »

Jan 31, 2014 in Editor's Blog

What pharma companies are doing to avoid another cliffhanger

Haydn Evans is vice president of intellectual property solutions at CPA Global, one of the world’s leading providers of IP management software and services. He works with a range of clients in sectors such as technology, telecommunications... more »

Jan 31, 2014 in Guest Blogs

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