Formulation Development

FORMULATION FORUM – Lipid Nanoparticles: Tackling Solubility Challenges With Lipid-Based Technologies for Oral & Injectable Formulations

Jim Huang, PhD, and Shaukat Ali, PhD, believe as more hydrophobic or brick dust and/or lipophilic or waxy molecules come out of discovery, amorphous solid dispersions (ASDs) and lipid based self-emulsifying microemulsions, nanoemulsions, liposomes, and nanoparticles are ideal for oral and injectable formulations.

EXTRACELLULAR VESICLES – Engineering Extracellular Vesicles to Create Next-Generation Therapeutics

David Lowe, PhD, Justin Hean, PhD, Dave Carter, PhD, and Antonin de Fougerolles, PhD, say EVs exhibit key properties that make them extremely attractive as therapeutics, particularly their safety profile and potential for low immunogenicity. In order to effectively unlock this potential, some key challenges remain, such as the development of EV product manufacture and characterization methodologies and rapid pharmacokinetics.

EXCLUSIVE ONLINE CONTENT

1/31/2023

X-Chem & Kymera Expand Existing Partnership

 X-Chem recently announced the expansion of its collaboration with Kymera Therapeutics, Inc. With the expanded agreement, X-Chem will serve as the primary provider of DNA-encoded….

1/30/2023

Start-Up Innovation at Pharmapack 2023

Pharmapack Europe 2023 returns to its traditional February timing for the first time since the start of the pandemic and provides the industry with a vital early window into many of tomorrow’s technologies that improve patient experience, adherence, and delivery…..

WEBINARS

8/19/2022

WEBINAR – Getting to the Core of Pellet Coating

This webinar is part of The future of solid dosage, an ACG 360 webinar series covering wide-ranging, simple, and transformative ways to achieve smarter pharma formulation, manufacture, and packaging.

6/28/2022

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR – Exploring Pectin & the Advancement of Delayed Release Technology

In this webinar, experts will provide an overview of why the properties and structure of pectin are well suited for site-specific delivery to the colon. In addition, experts will also provide insights into how softgel capsules, formed by the combination of both pectin and gelatin, are used in OptiGel® DR, a new delayed release delivery technology for pharmaceutical applications.

WHITE PAPERS

10/27/2022

WHITEPAPER WORKSHOP – Soft Mist Inhalers

Soft mist inhalers (SMIs) are a versatile technology suitable for the delivery of both small and complex large molecules, optimising lung deposition whilst minimising oropharyngeal deposition…..