Austrian University develops code to routinely simulate bioreactors

Graz University of Technology scientist’s new software can simulate the movements of microorganisms in the reactor within hours

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Atelerix receives Innovate UK grant for cell therapy preservation hydrogel

The hydrogel tech increases shelf-life between 4°C and 25°C, increasing treatment flexibility as well as widening ...

GE Healthcare and Germfree working on modular bioprocessing solution

The project is a rapidly deployable process-ready cleanroom and bioprocessing platforms for biotherapeutics such as ...

NGen contributes to C$4.2m Canadian viral vector manufacturing project

Canadian non-profit that matches manufacturers with new technologies will provide C$1.89m for iVexSol Canada to develop ...

New enantioselective desymmetrisation strategy uses recombinant pig liver esterases

Enzymicals has established a new compound from the development of an efficient biocatalytic sequential multistep one- ...

Bayer strengthens cell and gene therapies with BlueRock acquisition

BlueRock Therapeutics is a privately-held biotech company headquartered in the US

Chr. Hansen and Lonza joint venture: Ready for contract manufacturing

Companies have received the relevant approvals from anti-trust regulators for the 50/50 live biotherapeutic joint ...

Future market dynamics and opportunities in immuno-oncology

Long-term survival, tumour-agnostic effects and the potential for cure in a fraction of patients are key catalysts ...

Pfizer buckles down on gene therapy with half-billion-dollar investment

By expanding its manufacturing footprint in Sanford, NC, Pfizer expects to supply of both clinical- and commercial- ...

US biotechs collaborate to supply rhCollagen for organ printing

iBio will collaborate with the United Therapeutics subsidiary to scale-up production of rhCollagen in tobacco plants ...

Automating the production of life-saving drugs

Bosch Packaging Technology has developed a new integrated filling line for Porton Biopharma

The case for single-use architecture in pharma

Billy Sisk, Life Sciences Industry Manager, EMEA, at Rockwell Automation recently contributed to the free downloadable ...

Realising the potential of single-use technology

Today’s growing pipeline of biological drugs require production environments that are agile and efficient, writes ...

Tissue Regenix plans tissue engineering expansion in Texas

Phase one will convert the new building into office, distribution and warehouse space to allow for additional ...

FDA partners with university on biopharmaceutical manufacturing

Delaware University and the FDA will have the ability to collaborate in a pre-competitive environment