Life Science

Bio-safety: Securing More than Deadly Viruses – Securing the Bottom Line

According to Tradeline, the # 2 priority for biocontainment facilities in 2013 is controlling OpEx (behind safety through pressure & airflow control). So, how does such a specialized facility accomplish… Read more »

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Food crisis is looming but our trash bins are full of wasted food!

Being part of a traditional French culture that places a high priority on the enjoyment of food, it’s hard to imagine the subject of food waste.  However, according to the… Read more »

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Active Energy Management: The Right Prescription for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plants

Improving the bottom line of a pharmaceutical manufacturing company is trickier than in most other industries. Pharmaceutical manufacturers are faced with several different cost pressures: improved margins, patent expirations, generic… Read more »

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Money talks. Are you listening?

We listen attentively when it comes to our personal investments – negotiating the purchase price of our homes, choosing retirement accounts, or waiting for a big sale. For most people,… Read more »

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Connecting Shenzhen VIPs to Boston’s Genzyme Center SME – priceless

Just over a week ago, I had the pleasure of co-hosting a visit to Genzyme Center for a delegation of 15 officials and business professionals from Shenzhen, including Vice Mayor Mr.Tang… Read more »

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Getting Started: Best Practices #1 and #2 for a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Upgrade Project

Written by Guest Blogger, Richard Parapar It’s hard to address flaws in an existing system if you don’t know what they are. And the more information that a facility has… Read more »

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Data, Development, and Documentation: Best Practices #3 and #4 for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Retrofit

Written by Guest Blogger, Richard Parapar In our last blog, we provided an introduction to the first two of eight best practices for effectively retrofitting manufacturing systems in a pharmaceutical… Read more »

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Tackling Photo Pollution for a Smarter World

We all have caught a spectacular glimpse of vibrant cities, while on a flight during night time. Though we are spell bound by the beautiful view, what we often witness… Read more »

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Looking Ahead: Best Practices #7 and #8 for Retrofitting Your Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility

Written by Guest Blogger, Richard Parapar Throughout this series, we’ve covered six of the eight best practices for retrofitting an automated pharmaceutical manufacturing facility. In this installment, we’ll cover the… Read more »

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Getting Educated, Getting Involved: Best Practices #5 and #6 for Retrofitting Your Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility

Written by Guest Blogger, Richard Parapar In our last installment, we covered the third and fourth best practices adopted by Genentech and proven to be effective in retrofitting pharmaceutical manufacturing… Read more »

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Getting Educated, Getting Involved: Best Practices #5 and #6 for Retrofitting Your Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility

Written by Guest Blogger, Richard Parapar In our last installment, we covered the third and fourth best practices adopted by Genentech and proven to be effective in retrofitting pharmaceutical manufacturing… Read more »

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Active Energy Management: The Right Prescription for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plants

Improving the bottom line of a pharmaceutical manufacturing company is trickier than in most other industries. Pharmaceutical manufacturers are faced with several different cost pressures: improved margins, patent expirations, generic… Read more »

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Looking Ahead: Best Practices #7 and #8 for Retrofitting Your Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility

Written by Guest Blogger, Richard Parapar Throughout this series, we’ve covered six of the eight best practices for retrofitting an automated pharmaceutical manufacturing facility. In this installment, we’ll cover the… Read more »

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Bio-safety: Securing More than Deadly Viruses – Securing the Bottom Line

According to Tradeline, the # 2 priority for biocontainment facilities in 2013 is controlling OpEx (behind safety through pressure & airflow control). So, how does such a specialized facility accomplish… Read more »

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Measurable Outcome for BPM Software in Life Sciences – The Award Winning Fujirebio Diagnostics Success Story

So much has been said and discussed about BPM software  metrics and the measurable efficiencies that organizations can hope to achieve from BPM roll outs. Pertinent in every industry, a strong… Read more »

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