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The company's first product introduction into North America, the Eagle is a compact, servo-driven, high-performance machine.
GlaxoSmithKline has teamed up with Google’s Verily to develop tiny implantable devices that stimulate nerves to reverse disease.
The goal: Help manufacturers determined when they must notify the agency about modifications to devices already on the market. Separate guidance applies to software devices.
BRC Global Standards published its third issue of BRC Global Standard for Storage and Distribution on Aug. 1, with audits against Issue 3 to begin Feb. 1, 2017.
Cephalon reaches its second massive settlement in just over a year for unlawfully protecting their Provigil patent.
Child Resistant (CR) Roll-On bottles provide a no-mess and an easy-to-apply solution for pharmaceutical and personal care products.
DSCSA compliance demands human and machine-readable serialized codes for pharmaceutical packaging.
Researchers at Ohio State University are developing technology to provide low-cost paper tests to battle the spread of disease in remote parts of the world.
The company jointly develops kits with Bosch Packaging Services to reduce downtime and increase efficiency on its Clayton, NC vial filling line.
The benefits of pairing autonomous and preventive maintenance strategies are an increase in planned maintenance over unplanned, maximized equipment availability, and the ability to forecast production capacities and maintenance budgets with greater precision.
Electrostatic dissipative labels make hazardous materials labeling safer and protect workers in volatile vapor-filled environments.
SonocoThermoSafe announces two levels of courses to train and certify cold chain pros for the design, development and distribution of temperature-controlled packaging.
Chairman Ralph Paroli believes ASTM has the ability to adapt quickly to create quality standards for evolving industries.
The Industrial Internet of Things Comes of Age for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers.
Logistics and transportation firm Quick Specialized Healthcare Logistics offers insights into managing developing therapeutic treatments through the life sciences supply chain.
Designed for dry applications, a line of precision checkweighers offers affordability in pharmaceutical, personal care and dry food applications.
Chemists at University at Albany have developed tiny edible bar codes that could be the answer to the $75 billion a year problem of drug fraud.
Cyclic Olefin Copolymers (COC) gain appeal in healthcare and diagnostic industry application.
After inducing “robust” antibody and T-cell responses in preclinical testing, GLS-5700 became the first Zika DNA vaccine approved by the FDA.
Aug. 26 is the call for presentations deadline for the March 7 to 9, 2017 event that analyzes trends in medical device packaging.