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3D printing

Emily Folk looks at the ways in which additive manufacturing could be implemented into pharmaceutical manufacturing processes. Read more

Opinion

This mini episode of the MedTalk Podcast was recorded at Compamed & Medica 2017, the world’s largest medical trade fair. Read more

Opinion

Negotiations surrounding a strategic alliance between BigRep and BASF to jointly develop 3D printing solutions aimed at accelerating the wholesale introduction of additive manufacturing technologies into industrial applications, are being finalised. Read more

Technology

GE Healthcare has opened its first European 3D printing and design centre in Uppsala, Sweden, which will use technologies to speed up the launch of new products for healthcare. Read more

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Thanks to ongoing research and development in pharmaceuticals, the sector is benefitting from ongoing innovation which is helping break new boundaries in healthcare. Lu Rahman explains. Read more

Opinion

A recent report, released by non-profit organisation for packaging and processing technologies, PMMI has shown that the US is the largest market for pharmaceutical and medical devices. Read more

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CPhI Worldwide has announced the part iii of the 2016 CPhI Annual Report. The report focuses on growth opportunities over the next five years specifically generics consumption and approval process. Read more

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A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have found a way to 3D print personalised medicine Read more

Technology

Organovo Holdings presents data supporting the use of 3D bioprinted liver tissues for drug toxicity testing and liver fibrosis modeling Read more

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The first 3D printed drug has been approved by the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of epilepsy Read more

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The first 3D barcode which can be built into products during manufacture has been developed by Yorkshire engineers Read more

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Nanoengineers from the nanoengineering department at the University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego) have created 3D printed micro robots in the form of a small fish, called micro fish, as a proof-of-concept for detoxing and sensing toxins Read more

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David Emm, principal security researcher at software and security group Kaspersky Lab, has warned that the FDA's approval of 3D printing drugs is not necessarily a good thing. Read more

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The FDA has approved the first 3D printed drug, Aprecia Pharmaceuticals' Spritam. Read more

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The Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Research Group has unveiled its new lab, dedicated to research and testing of new materials for 3D printing and their practical applications, alongside exciting developments in multifunctional 3D printing. Read more

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Cosmetics company L’Oreal is working with startup Organovo to 3D print human skin. Read more

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Cecilia Mendy, Owen Mumford, reveals the current and future initiatives at this drug delivery device business Read more

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Fraser Advanced Information Systems is leading the 3D Printing Education and Demonstration Forum for the pharma and biopharma Industries. Read more

Technology

You may have heard of 3D printed food (you can print spaghetti and meatballs, if you fancy it), but new research is looking into the 3D printing revolution for use in drug manufacture. Read more

Technology

Powder characterisation specialists from Freeman Technology will be at Pittcon 2014, where the company is exhibiting the FT4 Powder Rheometer. Firmly established as one of the most comprehensive powder characterisation systems available, the FT4... Read more

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