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The next frontier in packaging equipment is the adaptive machine, where machines are able to adapt to each product instead of running batches that conform to a fixed setup.
Q&A with a supply chain expert from AmerisourceBergen zeroes in on track-and-trace regulations and how blockchain is helping the MediLedger working group.
New GZPS-83 is specifically designed and engineered for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries.
MIT engineers have developed an inhalable form of messenger RNA that could help treat patients battling lung disease.
Noble, BD partner in onboarding and demonstration programs aimed at improving patient adherence of self-administered injections.
A biotechnology company and a pharmaceutical company are working on multiple vaccines administered by ImplaVax, a solid-dose vaccine delivery platform.
Researchers at UC Berkeley have developed a neurostimulator to treat neurological disorders like epilepsy and Parkinson’s.
New, more polished, packaging for the incredibles line of edibles reflects the brands’ growing national status while keeping some of the graphic elements that made it a fixture on the Colorado scene.
BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a global medical technology company, recently launched a new software application designed to help hospitals and health systems identify drug diversion.
The FDA just approved a new combination vaccine from Sanofi and Merck that contains six different antigens.
A sustainable skincare startup from the U.K. enlists a wordsmith and a brand design studio to improve the branding and packaging of its products.
Scientists at UNAM have developed a contact lens that gradually dissolves, releasing medicine to treat ocular inflammatory diseases.
New report forecasts logistics market through 2026; globalization and e-commerce represent key growth factors.
For laser coder ranges, the interface is designed to create a smarter, more connected and reliable factory for Industry 4.0 applications.
Thousands of patients may have inadvertently been exposed to blood-borne illnesses do to “lapses in infection control in sterilization.”
Whether you’re a one-person show or part of a large team, we know you’re inundated with compliance deadlines, production and regulatory demands, just to name a few. Healthcare Packaging wishes you a 2019 full of successful projects.
A group of students at Carnegie Mellon created a wristband that senses low blood oxygen levels and notifies others of danger.
Medical applications lead the way today, but moving forward, watch for a diverse number of wearables that employ electronics for monitoring and maintenance.
Microsoft has teamed up with a non-profit bionics company to create prosthetics inspired by their popular video game Halo.
The February event offers an exhibition, innovation gallery, awards and learning opportunities for the latest trends, developments and regulatory changes impacting the industry.