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William Green from IBM Packaging Technology told the ISTA crowd that blockchain technology is perfectly suited for tracking shipments, tracing ownership, and reporting transactions.
Overhauling the artwork approval process? A senior labeling manager at Bausch Health shares tips about what to consider before you start.
Researchers will receive $10.7 million over five years in hopes of identifying a vaccine candidate for the sexual transmitted infection.
At its new Wilson, NC, site, Neopac will produce small-diameter tubes to serve a variety of sectors including dermatology, eye care, animal health and more.
The famous fake news outlet targeted the pharmaceutical world with a packaging-related article that adds commentary to the opioid epidemic.
Textured breast implants have been banned in European countries due to concern they cause cancer, but why won’t the FDA follow suit?
Gilead will give free Truvada pills to 200,000 uninsured patients to help prevent the spread of HIV, but the timing of the announcement is suspect.
As soon as this summer, pharmaceutical companies will be required to disclose prescription drug prices in television commercials.
Industrial robots are often connected using a wired system because current conventional wireless speeds cannot support the level of speed needed for large scale cloud computing. A 5G infrastructure that carries more wireless data at much faster speeds could change that.
An all-too-familiar issue for manufacturers of small pharmaceutical products and medical devices affects cannabis producers' consumer communication.
Google’s artificial intelligence can allegedly identify lung cancer a year before a human doctor can.
Claims to alter one’s appearance are OK, but cosmetics that claim effect on structure or function the body are, legally, drugs.
Designed for military units, the lightweight Golden Hour One holds a single unit of whole blood and maintains temperature for 18 hours under extreme conditions without external energy.
Sometimes a simple concept can help to improve time, efficiency and cost in the supply chain warehouse environment.
Two Insys Therapeutics salesmen created a distasteful rap video to promote sales of Subsys, the drug company’s opioid product.
AVionics is designed to utilize data collected for serialization compliance to help improve production practices. The system monitors real-time production status, instant and accumulated speed, overall equipment efficiency and camera performance.
A robust risk assessment and raw material control prove labor-intensive but invaluable for a gene therapy company’s supply chain.
U.S. drug regulators have applied a strict new warning for sleeping pills in hopes of preventing dangerous behavior.
Supply chain theft is estimated at $35-40 billion per year in the US, and today’s threats to the commercial supply chain are different than those of the past. Logistics companies are perfect targets, and those that aren’t aware of the changes are more likely to fall prey.
The founder and four executives of Insys Therapeutics were convicted of bribing doctors to prescribe addictive painkillers.