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New research says sports tops, spray pumps, aerosol caps, and other dispenser fixtures will play a key role in how consumers experience a product.
The blister—designed for portability and customer convenience—maintains similar barrier protections provided by traditional blister packaging, with completely flexible film on both sides.
Scientists are hoping a new ‘drug sponge’ will prevent chemotherapy drugs from poisoning other organs in the body.
New study reports that tariffs on China will factor into the equation. Meanwhile, e-commerce is expected to boost corrugated and paperboard box demand.
For refrigerated warehouses/facilities, this Bi-parting Barrier Glider R-10 door is suited for temperature-sensitive operations.
Personal Care Market: Packaging Design, Material and Machinery Changes Chase Consumers Seeking Convenience
A new white paper from PMMI Business Intelligence: Personal Care Industry Trends, covers market break out, materials, package design, regulatory compliance, safety, track and trace and machinery needs.
A new drug designed to fight aging clears out dead cells within 24 hours, even when the immune system is unable to do so.
The company is adding 12 grades to its previously available 28 Cellene TPE formulations for healthcare and a variety of other applications.
How careful, informed product development can help bridge the patient adherence gap.
A team of scientists in Brazil found that people with Alzheimer’s have lower levels of a hormone released during exercise.
Grassroots activities at your organization can connect employees with their mission, improving quality and operations.
LimaCorporate announced its plans to open an on-site 3D printing facility at Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan.
Versatile module for packaging development, rapid prototyping and small-scale production.
Digital therapy monitoring system enables electronic tracking and monitoring of medication dispensing and intake.
Canadian label printer installs a ‘smart label’ system that provides traceability and reduces human error in material handling and inventory operations.
Members of the pharma supply chain and solution vendors have learned a lot about what it will take to meet the DSCSA track and trace requirements. Can those lessons be applied to tracking and tracing in the supply chains of other products, such as food?
In a first for Michigan, a recall has been issued on marijuana, but the state’s seed-to-sale tracking system may save the product.
The annual automation technology event returns with a new name in 2019
In the second half of this Q&A, Heather Zenk discusses the role of regulators, the hurdles to overcome and the next steps for the project.
Researchers in Poland just patented a new way recover aluminum and PVC from pharmaceutical blister waste.