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Multi-Conveyor debuted a stainless steel constructed 2-to-1 vertical merge conveyor de-signed to transport individual bags of frozen food.
Scientists from five different countries are using HIV antibody techniques to develop a universal snakebite cure.
Designed to achieve 400 products per minute, Herma 132M Labeler now offers motion control for improved product handling.
Diagnostic samples bound for one of the U.K.’s NHS pathology labs get low-cost RFID labels that save packaging, staff, and operational costs, among other benefits.
The FDA just approved a new drug to treat a rare and deadly genetic disorder, and it costs more than $2 million.
ORTHOFIX Medical Tray, Duallok cannabis packaging and an allergy relief spray among the many healthcare winners of the annual Institute of Packaging Professionals' AmeriStar Awards.
The FlexClean combines flexibility, quality and output with a modular approach. Achieving outputs of up to 180 bottles/min, the machine can accommodate different transport carriers and formats.
Scientists have created a genetically modified fungus that produces spider toxin to rapidly kill malaria-spreading mosquitos.
Creative packaging, specialty closures, and intelligent indicators are on the rise within the flexible packaging industry, according to the “2019 Flexible Packaging Assessment Report” by PMMI Business Intelligence.
Central Pharma selected the Veratrak platform to help achieve digitized end-to-end visibility of the supply chain and improve collaboration.
The HERMA 132M applies wrap around labels to vials and bottles from 0.57 to 3 inches in diameter at speeds up to 400 products per minute. The 132M is built ready to receive a wide range of print and vision systems and features a label reject system meaning that labels rejected by the vision system are dispensed onto a roller rather than being applied to the product.
Biohackers are counteracting soaring insulin prices by concocting a do-it-yourself version on the cheap.
In the next five years, robotic functionality will drive a whole new system with richer algorithms, dynamic maneuverability, force control, and inherent safety, says a new report from PMMI Business Intelligence.
The FDA blocked Merck’s attempt to add a femoral fracture warning to its osteoporosis drug Fosamax.
Pharmafill CS1 enables growing companies to upgrade from manual cotton inserting, filling at speeds from 60 to 90 bottles/min.
An investigation revealed the FDA allowed a faulty implantable heart device to covertly log 50,000 malfunction incidents without action.
According to PMMI’s 2019 Quarterly Business Indicator for May, “current business conditions are anticipated to have significant positive impact on the Pharmaceuticals/Medical Devices industry in 2020.”
Patch-Safe is designed for safe storage of used transdermal patches.
A team of researchers at King’s College London has discovered a new genetic therapy that regenerates heart cells after a heart attack.
Bioscience company Chr. Hansen implements a new label management system, integrated with their ERP, that meets delayed label printing needs and helps users discover errors earlier in the process.