Posts Tagged ‘bioprocess’

Biopharmaceutical Single Use Measurement and Control

Posted in Life Sciences & Medical on Friday, January 18th, 2019. No comments yet
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A recent Biopharm International article, Single-Use Bioprocessing Equipment Trends and Adoption by CMOs highlighted this trend: Single-use systems (SUS)—bioprocessing equipment designed for one-time use or a single product manufacturing campaign—has become the leading paradigm for pre-commercial (preclinical and clinical supplies) manufacturing of biopharmaceutical products (1). At this past autumn’s Emerson Exchange conference in San Antonio, […]

Creating a Digitally-Enabled Workforce

Posted in Control & Safety Systems, Services, Consulting & Training on Monday, December 17th, 2018. No comments yet
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Edition #14 of Innovations in Process Automation is now available. And it’s available not only in English, but also in German, Italian, Spanish and French. This latest edition includes articles about: Emerson’s commitment to training and education is closing the skills gap STEM initiatives inspire next generation of innovators The business case for gender balance […]

Integrated Data Management throughout Drug Development Phases

Posted in Life Sciences & Medical on Thursday, June 26th, 2014. 2 comments so far
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This week, the Bio International Convention (Bio 2014) is happening in San Diego, California. Several of Emerson’s Life Sciences consultants, including Zuwei Jin, are there to discuss some of the issues and trends in pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing processes and how they are being addressed. Zuwei shared with me that integrated data management across drug […]

Impact of Single Use Technologies on Automation and Information Management

Posted in Life Sciences & Medical, Operations & Business Management on Thursday, April 25th, 2013. One comment so far
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One of the conversations happening among pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturers is around the “facility of the future”. I caught up with Emerson’s Gary Mitchell, a consultant on the Life Sciences industry team. He shared some of the trends prompting this relook at how manufacturing processes are designed. Through modular, hybrid and off-the-shelf designs such as […]

Shrinking Batch Record Creation Time and Document Management Complexity

Posted in Life Sciences & Medical, Operations & Business Management on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011. No comments yet
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I was digging around for the story behind the story of a biotech manufacturer, Repligen’s improved compliance through document management project. Emerson’s Lynn Richard was the solution architect who worked with the Repligen team. Given the production volumes for this highly specialized family of proteins, the batch production process is composed of manual procedures and […]