By Jim Tennerman, North American Life Science Segment Manager, Vaisala Oyj
Everyone in the quality profession has heard the term “NIST traceable.” Having calibration traceability to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is desirable for most measurement devices. It is also enshrined as a requirement in some regulatory documents. Unfortunately, NIST traceability does not ensure measurement quality.
By Tom Fletcher, Scott D. Storms, and Jenny Y. Bang, Irvine Scientific
The challenge of effective cell culture process development often involves how to simultaneously meet two competing needs: the need to maximize improvement of process performance and the need to minimize time spent on process development.
By Michael Gotz, Director of Dangerous Goods Quick Group of Companies
Transportation of biological substances and infectious materials has become increasingly challenging. Understanding the dangerous goods classification requirements is critical to ensure that your shipments are in compliance with the law.
By Vivian Berni, LifeConEx
In order to gain a deeper understanding of this rapidly evolving market, Sonoco ThermoSafe is conducting a comprehensive and forward-looking survey developed by an advisory panel of industry experts from pharmaceutical manufacturers, logistics companies, media partners, independent consultants, and IQPC event managers.