Tag Archives: pharmaceuticals


Published 25 Apr 2019

About the challenges of crude oil analysis

Crude oil is the starting material for a large number of consumer products our modern world is depending on. The most common and well-known compounds are gasoline and kerosene as fuels for vehicles and planes. But also asphalt is made…READ MORE >

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Published 11 Oct 2018

Teaching a person to fish – in the process chemistry lab

Of all the chemical processes in the fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries, cross-coupling reactions are among the most important.  This often involves platinum group metal (PGM) catalysts, which then must be separated from the product to avoid contamination of the…READ MORE >

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Published 3 Dec 2014

Hey DDL – show us your dodgy data!

I’ll be manning the Malvern stand at DDL25 – the 25th Drug Delivery to the Lungs conference – which is taking place in Edinburgh next week, starting on 10th December.  I’m a technical specialist for diffraction products at Malvern, so…READ MORE >

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Published 3 Nov 2014

20 Key Resources for Pharmaceutical Scientists

We’re headed to the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting & Exposition this week for what promises to be a really interesting event in (hopefully) sunny San Diego.  You can find us at booth 330, where we’ll have a…READ MORE >

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Published 5 Jun 2014

A time for control: generic dry powder inhaler development

The combination of an aging global population and increased urban pollution levels has led to a significant increase in the prevalence of asthma. It has been estimated that 300 million people suffer from the conditional globally, and that poor disease…READ MORE >

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