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  • New Method Simplifies the Search For Protein Receptor Complexes, Speeding Drug Development By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    NEW METHOD SIMPLIFIES THE SEARCH FOR PROTEIN RECEPTOR COMPLEXES, SPEEDING DRUG DEVELOPMENT

    NewsFor a drug to intervene in cells or entire organs that are not behaving normally it must first bind to specific protein receptors...

  • Synthesis of Helical Ladder Polymers By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    SYNTHESIS OF HELICAL LADDER POLYMERS

    NewsOptically active triptycenes have practical uses as chiral materials, for example for chiral separation and circularly polarized...

  • Smart Device Finds Food Contaminants in Real Time By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    SMART DEVICE FINDS FOOD CONTAMINANTS IN REAL TIME

    NewsThanks to a portable scanner, farmers, food manufacturers and retailers can now do their own tests in the field, eliminating costly...

  • Polymers Jump Through Hoops on Pathway to Sustainable Materials By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    POLYMERS JUMP THROUGH HOOPS ON PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS

    News Recyclable plastics that contain ring-shaped polymers may be a key to developing sustainable synthetic materials. Contributed...

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  • Global Vaccine Market Revenue to Reach $59.2 Billion by 2020 By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    GLOBAL VACCINE MARKET REVENUE TO REACH $59.2 BILLION BY 2020

    ArticleThe vaccine market continues to show growth despite the anti-vaccine movement. Staff Author: Elizabeth Doughman Topics: Pharmaceutical...

  • Research Group Uses Supercomputing to Target the Most Promising Drug Candidates From a Daunting Number of Possibilities By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    RESEARCH GROUP USES SUPERCOMPUTING TO TARGET THE MOST PROMISING DRUG CANDIDATES FROM A DAUNTING NUMBER OF POSSIBILITIES

    NewsResearchers have found a new strategy for differentiating how drug candidates interact and bind with a targeted protein. Contributed...

  • Cleanroom Tip: Choosing Cleanroom Doors By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    CLEANROOM TIP: CHOOSING CLEANROOM DOORS

    ArticleHigh-speed doors play a key role in maintaining clean operations in pharmaceutical plants. Contributed Author: Jon Schumacher,...

  • Jump into cGMP: An FDA Roadmap to Manufacturing Tissue-based Products By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    JUMP INTO CGMP: AN FDA ROADMAP TO MANUFACTURING TISSUE-BASED PRODUCTS

    ArticleIf we are to jump into cGMP, where is the line of converting from 361 to 351 Regulations and Practices for a manufacturing facility...

  • Pharma Profile: Dr. Graham Brearley By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    PHARMA PROFILE: DR. GRAHAM BREARLEY

    ArticleDr. Graham Brearley always has had a passion for applied biology-when he was exposed to protein biochemistry during his college...

  • 3D-Printed 'Hyperelastic Bone' May Help Generate New Bone For Skull Reconstruction By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    3D-PRINTED 'HYPERELASTIC BONE' MAY HELP GENERATE NEW BONE FOR SKULL RECONSTRUCTION

    NewsA synthetic material called hyperelastic bone - readily produced by 3D-printing - could offer a powerful new tool for use in reconstructing...

  • How Technology Can Assist Biotech Research and Data Capturing By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN ASSIST BIOTECH RESEARCH AND DATA CAPTURING

    ArticleThe science behind science. Contributed Author: Scott Mayer, IDBSTopics: Pharmaceutical Processing

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  • Beyond Logistics: Exploring the Distributor's Role in Bringing Innovative Drugs to Market By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    BEYOND LOGISTICS: EXPLORING THE DISTRIBUTOR'S ROLE IN BRINGING INNOVATIVE DRUGS TO MARKET

    ArticlePharmaceutical distributors are well known for enabling access to medications by being highly effective and efficient logistics...

  • Electron Beam Manipulates Atoms One at a Time By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    ELECTRON BEAM MANIPULATES ATOMS ONE AT A TIME

    NewsNew method could be useful for building quantum sensors and computers. Contributed Author: David L. Chandler, MIT News OfficeTopics:...

  • Lasers Could Save Notre-Dame Cathedral By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    LASERS COULD SAVE NOTRE-DAME CATHEDRAL

    ArticleA 2015 laser imaging technique might be the key to restoring the damaged church to its former glory. Staff Author: MaryBeth...

  • Creating a Fully Fitted Out Cleanroom By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    CREATING A FULLY FITTED OUT CLEANROOM

    ArticleThe installation of an ISO Class 7 cleanroom has increased Parker Bioscience Filtration's capacity for the production of single-use...

  • Controlled Environments' Trends and Salary Survey By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS' TRENDS AND SALARY SURVEY

    NewsFor the fifth year, we surveyed our readers on cleanroom facility-related purchasing decisions, as well as the salary and benefits...

  • R&D Market Pulse: U.S. Economy Slows in April Following Robust 1Q By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    R&D MARKET PULSE: U.S. ECONOMY SLOWS IN APRIL FOLLOWING ROBUST 1Q

    NewsU.S.-China trade tensions in April led to a slowdown in the U.S. economy according to government reports last week. Staff Author:...

  • Nanoscale Sculpturing Makes for Unusual Packing of Nanocubes By R&D Magazine   -   May 20, 2019

    NANOSCALE SCULPTURING MAKES FOR UNUSUAL PACKING OF NANOCUBES

    NewsCube-shaped nanoparticles with thick shells of DNA assemble into a never-before-seen 3-D ‘zigzag' pattern that breaks orientational...

  • Research Reveals Insulin-Producing Beta Cells May Change Function in Diabetes By R&D Magazine   -   May 17, 2019

    RESEARCH REVEALS INSULIN-PRODUCING BETA CELLS MAY CHANGE FUNCTION IN DIABETES

    NewsA revolutionary new study using only materials derived from humans has revealed that insulin-producing beta cells can change their...

  • Researchers Dish the Dirt on Soil Microbes By R&D Magazine   -   May 17, 2019

    RESEARCHERS DISH THE DIRT ON SOIL MICROBES

    NewsThe team showed that genomic traits related to laboratory measurements of maximum growth potential failed to predict the growth...

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