Could we one day be able to print our own personalised medicine? Lee Cronin, Regius Professor of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow is suggesting exactly that.Read more
“Flow chemistry” is a new approach to medicines manufacturing that allows making doses one by one, rather than in large batches. This process can not only revolutionise the way we develop new pharmaceuticals, but also the way we handle outbreaks in remote areas.Read more
Sam Roscoe, Lecturer in Operations Management at the University of Sussex writes about the outcome of the knowledge exchange event “The Future of Pharmaceutical Supply Chains”.Read more
An great opportunity for senior leaders and decision makers in pharmaceutical manufacturing to network and gain new knowledge.
The event will focus on topics such as positive relationships that support commercial success, and illustrate, through evidence based examples, the benefit of the manufacturing “ecosystem” in the UK.
Precision Medicine offers more effective treatments, a reduced risk of unnecessary product withdrawal and the potential for new tailored product lines. So why is it not being adopted more widely?Read more