The Medicine Manufacturing Innovation Centre to develop platform for quicker optimisation of oral solid drug formulations
CPI and the University of Strathclyde, in strategic partnership with GSK and AstraZeneca, today announced a new platform that will enable oral solid dosage medicines to be formulated more robustly and efficiently.
Development of an In-House Cell Free Extract Process and Robotic Platform for Expression Optimisation
The advent of personalised medicine promises more efficacious treatments. However, moving away from a ‘one size fits all’ model demands new, adaptable and complex manufacturing processes for the next generation of therapeutics.
Successful workshop maps out future for the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre
An array of industry experts, equipment suppliers, government and academia came together recently in Glasgow for a two-day, Road Mapping Workshop for the new Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre
We are over 450 scientists, engineers, and business specialists helping companies to develop, prove and commercialise new products and processes by providing:
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