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Biopharma Group sponsors non-profit ‘Project Green’ initiative at local community centre!

by biopharmaelena in App notes & Scientific posters, Application and Tech Notes

Biopharma Group is proudly sponsoring ‘Project Green’, an environmentally friendly non-profit initiative run by our local community centre, Unit 12 in Winnall, Winchester. Our contribution allows ‘Project Green’ to launch a free bike hire and rental hub service, which residents can use to impro...Read more

Data Rich Processing – The Growing Necessity of R&D to GMP Manufacture

by biopharmaelena in App notes & Scientific posters, Application and Tech Notes

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] This article was written by Richard Lewis for BPS Crowthorne and was featured on P.32 in Issue 2 of Manufacturing & Supply Chain Magazine   Data Rich Processing - The Growing Necessity of R&D to GMP Manufacture Improved diagnosis is driving pre...Read more

News Medical & SP Scientific – Vial Processing Advances Reducing Contamination and Damage

by biopharmaelena in App notes & Scientific posters

SOURCE: SP Scientific. (2020, May 13). Vial Processing Advances Reducing Contamination and Damage. News-Medical Take a look at this insightful white paper from News Medical & SP Scientific which discusses Vial Processing Advances Reducing Contamination and Damage, focusing upon: Sourc...Read more

Webinar Tech Note from SP Scientific: Freeze-Drying COVID-19 Diagnostics

by biopharmaelena in App notes & Scientific posters, BTL News, BTL Right Sidebar Content, Intelligent Freeze Drying, Uncategorized

In April, and at the special request of SP Scientific, Dr. Kevin Ward , Director of R&D at Biopharma Group presented a webinar on freeze drying covid19 diagnostics. Below you will find a copy of the resulting webinar tech note, and if you would like to discover more, please get in touch. To...Read more

Freeze dried cakes: Where is the water?

by biopharma-admin in App notes & Scientific posters, Intelligent Freeze Drying

Water may be present in a variety of "forms" - free, adsorbed, chmically bound, hydration shells (e.g. of proteins), water of crystallisation, not all of which may be directly linked to the activity or stability of the product in question. The current established water detection methods, Karl Fis...Read more