Bosch is currently holding its annual customer appreciation luncheon at our partner JH&L’s facility in Lindon, UT. Equipment on display includes the Bosch GKF Capsylon 1505 capsule filler, a capsule slug tester, encapsulation machine parts and tablet tooling. For more information on Bosch solid dosage production equipment, please contact your regional sales manager.
Meet Bosch at booth W-603 at Healthcare Packaging Expo 2018 in Chicago to discuss your processing and packaging needs. Our team of experts will show you Bosch’s single-source solutions for pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical processing, packaging, and manufacturing lines. Learn more about what equipment and displays will be at the Bosch booth here. Click here to… Continue Reading Explore the possibilities with Bosch at Healthcare Packaging Expo 2018 in Chicago, IL
Modular design for flexible output rates > Optimal shelf design ensures uniform temperatures and rapid cleaning due to a patented tilting shelf mechanism > Variable container size thanks to double shelf interdistance > Harmonized interfaces for upstream and downstream line components provide efficient processes Did you know that Bosch premiered a new freeze… Continue Reading Premiere at Achema: new freeze dryer from Bosch
On September 12 and 13, 2018, the training on “Best Practices for Glass Primary Containers” of the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) in Mainz will enter its second round. After the success of the first course in October last year, participants can again look forward to interesting, practice-oriented lectures and an experienced team of trainers this… Continue Reading PDA Europe Training Course in Mainz
From 26th to 28th of June our successful seminar on Scale-Up – Transferring products to production took place at Hüttlin/Bosch in Schopfheim (Germany). We had lots of time to get highly professional theoretical input and to transfer this knowledge into practice during the afternoons in our laboratory. Apart from this we took the opportunity to… Continue Reading Best ratings for Scale-Up Seminar at Hüttlin/Bosch
I have always had a liking for the technique of having target proteins assemble their own inhibitors. This goes under several names: target-guided synthesis or protein-templated reactions more generally, and in situ click chemistry when the triazole/alkyne reaction is used as the assembly method. But the idea is the same in each case. You bring… Continue Reading In Situ Click Chemistry For Antibiotics
Here’s an example of the current regulatory framework – you may like it, you may not, but if you’re doing drug research you should know that it’s going on. The way it’s traditionally worked – for decades – has been that a company develops a drug, runs clinical trials, etc., puts together a (huge) data… Continue Reading Real-Time Approval
I’ve written a few times over the years about the vibrational theory of olfaction (VTO), the hypothesis that (at least some) olfactory receptors work by sensing vibrational levels of various functional groups, rather than using traditional stereoelectronic interactions. At a deeper level, this could involve electron tunneling at the receptors themselves – a direct quantum… Continue Reading An Update on Vibrational Theories of Smell
I like to say that when I was first working on G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) as drug targets, that after I while I thought I really understood a lot of what was going on. But that was the peak. Further experience eroded that confidence, and even though I’ve learned a lot more about them over… Continue Reading GPCRs: Peeling The Onion Some More
Let’s talk cell culture – specifically, how weird it is. There are an awful lot of ways to grow cells, naturally – different media of course, different scales, differences in how crowded you let them get, how often you split them, add nutrients, wash them, all those things. All of those make sense to me,… Continue Reading Cells Like Turbulence. Well, Some Cells.