International Women’s Day – A Year of Balance for Better

international women's day 2019 fighting for Balance for Better

This year’s International Women’s Day campaign focuses on a Balance for Better. The movement’s website, www.InternationalWomensDay.com, states, “From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of Continue Reading

Powerful Analytical Solutions for Biotherapeutics Development and QC

A look into biotherapeutics development and QC testing in the pharmaceutical industry.

A transformation in the pharmaceutical industry has occurred in the past few decades due to the advancement of biologics as therapeutic agents. What is less often discussed is a similar Continue Reading

Celebrate Your Love for Chemistry with the Periodic Table

periodic table love

Looking for Love in All the Lab Places This Valentine’s Day The Periodic Table of Chemical Elements is one of the most significant achievements in science, used as a common Continue Reading

International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2019

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Today marks the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, focusing on the “Investment in Women and Girls in Science for Inclusive Green Growth” for 2019. In order to Continue Reading

Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and Chromatographic Methods

Process Analytical Technology

Author: Chad Eichman, PhD – BioPharmaceutical Global Marketing Manager Continuous manufacturing of a biologic drug product is the most efficient method for production in the biopharmaceutical industry. By avoiding batch Continue Reading

Llamas Could be the Key for a Universal Flu Vaccine

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Llamas, the world’s wonderfully, spitting, pack animal, might be the answer to the illness that resulted in an estimated 80,000 American deaths last winter, which was the highest number in Continue Reading

Terpenes, Insecticide, and a LaCroix Lawsuit

Terpenes

Terpenes, Insecticide, and a LaCroix Lawsuit By Scott Krepich, Food and Environmental Application Scientist Terpenes are a diverse class of organic compounds that can be found in many plants and Continue Reading

Synthetic Astaxanthin and the Salmon Controversy

Astaxanthin

Astaxanthin: A Molecule That Allows You See Through Rose-Colored Glasses Author: Badaoui Omais, Ph.D. Astaxanthin is a red pigment originally contained in marine sources like algae and plankton. This molecule can Continue Reading

Food Safety Concerns Loom this Thanksgiving with Salmonella Outbreak

Thanksgiving Turkey Salmonella Outbreak

Thanksgiving and turkey are somewhat synonymous. Can’t really have one without the other! However, this Thanksgiving, the showstopper bird might be missing from some tables across America. Federal food and Continue Reading

LC-MS/MS Method for Determination of NDMA and NDEA in Valsartan

Valsartan

By: Philip J. Koerner, Ph.D. – Global Industry Manager – Pharmaceutical The Korea Food and Drug Administration (KFDA), in cooperation with SCIEX Korea, has recently published an official LC-MS/MS method using Continue Reading