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The Role of Computers in the History and Future of Pharmaceutical R&D

It’s hard to imagine where most industries these days would be without computer technology, and this is most definitely the case for the pharmaceutical industry. Ever since they started being [...]

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A Look at the Canadian Life Sciences Industry for Students in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Training

Pharmaceutical manufacturing is part of one of Canada’s most important sectors: life sciences. The life sciences industry encompasses biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biomedical devices and other [...]

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How Regulatory Affairs Courses Apply to Health Foods

The specialized skills in a regulatory affairs program equip you to work in various industries, one of which is the food industry, including neutraceuticals. Neutraceuticals are foods that have [...]

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3 Ways to Ensure the Quality of Raw Materials in Pharmaceutical Quality Control

Quality control is important for any industry, but especially pharmaceuticals. Ensuring maximum quality control of raw pharmaceutical materials is one of the most basic tenets of product [...]

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What Students in Pharmaceutical Technology Courses Should Know About Universal Pharmacare

Universal pharmacare differs from universal healthcare.  With universal healthcare in Canada, coverage ends for many patients once they have been given a prescription. Universal pharmacare would [...]

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A New Development in Pharmaceutical Technology: Robotic Syringe Fillers

Pre-filled syringes serve a wide range of functions. The benefits of pre-filling these devices include accurate dosage and a simpler way of administering medication. In the case of [...]

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How Automation Is Helping to Improve Pharmaceutical Quality Control

In the pharmaceutical industry, accuracy is essential. Because medication has a significant impact on people’s health, there is little margin for error. Avoiding error in the design and [...]

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What Students in R&D Pharmaceutical Training Should Know About the Exciting HIV Vaccine Trials

The HIV virus has infected 75 million people since the epidemic began, and no cure has been found yet. However, progress in the fight against HIV has been made. Since its first trial in 2007, the [...]

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3 Tips for Speeding Up Analysis After Your HPLC Program

Have you ever wondered how substances in a mixture can be broken down and identified? HPLC can help you make sense of it. HPLC, or high-performance liquid chromatography, is a type of [...]

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4 Things to Know About Overcomplexity If You’re in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Courses

In the pharmaceutical industry, accuracy and attention to detail are important. Focusing on these things is easier with simplicity, yet in the pharmaceutical industry overcomplexity is common, [...]