How RFID Is Changing The Pharma Cold Chain By Lee Marts
Life sciences products have grown more complex, and this complexity often increases product value — and sometimes — temperature sensitivity. Either outcome places a greater burden on cold chain professionals to reduce risk.
Biomanufacturing Supply Chains This white paper examines the major issues with biopharmaceutical supply chains and how to balance inventory and risk optimally in the network.
Security In The Supply Chain When analyzing a transportation company regarding its capabilities to keep cargo safe from theft, there are a variety of questions that a decision-maker should ask in an effort to effectively measure the security skills of the carrier.
The Difference Between Logistics Management And Logistics Control Life science products have a distinct logistical profile; the nuances between a fine chemical and a medical compound or medical devices and computer hardware have significant regulatory differences. When determining the logistics plan for a product it is critical to remember that it is not just a box.
Bio-G Webinar: Identifying and Mitigating Risk in Biopharmaceutical Supply Chains
June 27, 2012
In this 60-minute webinar and Q & A session, our two panelists, Professor Phil Kaminsky from the University of California at Berkeley and Rick Johnston, Ph.D. from Bio-G will present their perspectives on supply chain risks and supply chain risk mitigation in our industry.
Tangential flow filtration (TFF) for protein purification and/or concentration must meet specified flow and pressure requirements to achieve scalable performance and high product recovery. A single-use TFF (SUTFF) system must be cost effective and have a simple design format that can be easily adopted in a single-use manufacturing environment without compromising performance. Learn more.