Fresh perspectives on pandemic response

While still a “card-carrying pharmacologist” today, Dr. Nicolette Louissaint points out proudly, the trained chemical engineer, with an accomplished academic background in biological and molecular sciences, has always had a superseding draw to biomedical research in the context of finding […]

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From pain to practice?

The global coronavirus pandemic has triggered fear that the global and extended pharmaceutical supply chain would crumble. In practice, it has proved remarkably resilient with drug shortages kept to a minimum, though the crisis has exposed weaknesses in the supply […]

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Today’s pharma cold chain is going cryogenic

Providers of temperature-controlled packaging, storage, and shipping capabilities for the biopharmaceutical industry are about to face their potentially finest moment. Though they are used to navigating a uniquely complex supply chain, today’s demands—framed by a worldwide pandemic—are unprecedented, and will […]

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