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Troubled Pfizer plant faces more criticism in Form 483

Despite Pfizer's talk of remediation and improvement, regulators have found a slate of repeat manufacturing violations at its Kansas facility.

Revolutionary hybrid plant clones could cut costs for farmers

Orchard to build gene therapy manufacturing plant in California

The planned investment comes months after Orchard struck a deal with GSK to take over development of the British pharma's gene therapy drugs.

Hi Fidelity Genetics Closes Series A Financing to Automate Plant Breeding

DURHAM, N.C., Dec. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hi Fidelity Genetics (HFG), a computational crop breeding company, announced it has closed an $8.5 million Series A round of financing co-led by agtech investment pioneers Fall Line Capital and Finistere Ventures. Gro

Catnip Biosynthetic Pathway Exhilarates Researchers

Catnip, the mint that intoxicates cats, also exerts an attraction for scientists. Thankfully, catnip doesn’t cause scientists to roll on the ground or otherwise make a spectacle of themselves. Instead, it inspires scientists to study just how the plant produces the chemical that gives cats a mild but conspicuous high. The chemical that triggers feline […] The post Catnip Biosynthetic Pathw...

Viewpoint: Criticism of GMO crops in India is ‘deeply flawed’

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Transformed: the plant whose sex life fascinated Charles Darwin

Streamlining the workflow with INTEGRA’s VIAFLO 96/384

Researchers at the University of Zurich in Switzerland are using INTEGRA’s VIAFLO 96/384 multichannel electronic pipette to streamline the experimental workflow of studies on Pseudomonas aeruginosa – a bacterium that commonly infects individuals with lung conditions, such as cystic fibrosis. Alexandre Figueiredo, a PhD student in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, explained...

Nucelis Partners with Darwin to Build Business in China; Signs First Development Agreement

Nucelis, the microbial strain development subsidiary of agriculture biotech company, Cibus, today announced a partnership agreement with Nanjing Darwingenetech Co, Ltd (Darwin) to jointly identify and enter into agreements with China based customers for Nucelis’ proprietary gene-editing and advanced fermentation expertise to improve fermentation yields a...

More Bioplastics May Not Contribute to Climate Change Mitigation

NewsA recent study suggests that shifting to plant-based plastics could have less positive effects than expected.Contribute

Japan’s ‘moderate’ regulation proposal could spur development of gene-edited crops

‘Overblown’ fear of biotech crops hinders scientific progress, Nobel laureates warn

Lonza bets on China biotech market with plans for new plant

A crop of emerging Chinese biotechs are pushing into novel drug development, increasing demand for CDMO services in a country long known for its API manufacturing. 

Global and Asia Rotary Cutters Market Status and Future Forecast 20132023 [Report Updated: 21082018] Prices from USD $3000

SummaryKey Content of Chapters Including and can be customizedPart 1:Market Overview, Development, and Segment by Working Width, Application RegionPart 2:Global Market by company, Working Width, Application RegionPart 3:Asia Market by company, Working Width, Application RegionPart 410:Key Regions of Asia Market by Working Width, ApplicationPart 11:Company information, Sales, Cost, Margin etc.Pa...

STAT Plus: Another inspection by the @US_FDA underscores the difficulties that @pfizer is having with a plant that has been responsible for severe shortages of injectables and other drugs. https://buff.ly/2Ql4i8i 

STAT Plus: Another inspection by the @US_FDA underscores the difficulties that @pfizer is having with a plant that has been responsible for severe shortages of injectables and other drugs. https://buff.ly/2Ql4i8i 

More Bioplastics do not Necessarily Contribute to Climate Change Mitigation

NewsStudy from the University of Bonn assesses potential implications of transitioning to plant-based plastics.Contributed Author: 

STAT Plus: Pfizer's McPherson plant produces about 75 percent of the pre-filled syringes of #opioid painkillers used in the U.S. for surgeries and treating pain. https://buff.ly/2G2yWyt 

STAT Plus: Pfizer's McPherson plant produces about 75 percent of the pre-filled syringes of #opioid painkillers used in the U.S. for surgeries and treating pain. https://buff.ly/2G2yWyt 

STAT Plus: An FDA inspection report shows just how troubled a Pfizer plant really is

Pfizer's McPherson plant produces about 75 percent of the pre-filled syringes of opioid painkillers used in the U.S. for surgeries and treating pain.

NEX China Helping Enterprises Explore New Directions as Plant Extract Market Rises Rapidly

SHANGHAI, Dec. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- NEX China, co-organized by UBM Sinoexpo and a supporter of the China's extract industry for 10 years since its founding, will take place again in Hall E4-E5 of Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) on June 18-20, 2019. In response to the flourishing of the international natural extract industry and resource advantages of China in the animal and ...

Have GMO crops cut herbicide use? A tale of two conflicting studies

GMO crops may help keep arsenic out of India’s food supply

How France and Germany Are Ousting Glyphosate In A Search For Healthy Soils and Pesticide-Free Crops

by Ramon Seidler, PhD The Macron Government of France is offering its farmers a way out of glyphosate dependency within the next 3 years. Millions have been following European discussions on the possible ban (or ...

Facility Profile: Datwyler Production Plant

ArticleThe site is specially designed to manufacture pharmaceutical rubber components for high-end pharmaceutical and biotech markets.

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