Category Archives: Application Articles

CPhI / Informex 2017

Thank you to everyone that came and saw us at CPhI / Informex 2017!

Improving Lab Safety

Improving Lab Safety   We all remember watching Saturday morning cartoons as a kid that featured the mad scientist, a typically larger-than-life character with little sense of risk. He wore goggles and mixed beakers of chlorine and ammonia to disastrous effect and, oftentimes, laughter from the audience.   In reality, scientists are rarely naïve about
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Toxic Treatments – Controlling Exposure Risks in ADC Manufacturing

DOWNLOAD THE WHITE PAPER HERE This year marks the 80th Anniversary of the National Cancer Institute, established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to support research on the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Since the 1940s, cancer researchers have produced nothing short of astonishing science.   The development of antibody drug conjugates (ADCs) ranks among
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Interphex 2017

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Containing ADC Development

80 Years Later: The Fight Against Cancer Continues   This year marks the 80th Anniversary of the National Cancer Institute, established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to support research on the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Since the 1940s, cancer researchers have produced nothing short of astonishing science.   The development of antibody drug
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Containing a Budding Industry – Cannabis Processing and Product Assurance

DOWNLOAD/VIEW THE WHITE PAPER HERE     As the market for medicinal cannabis products grows in response to research that suggests it is effective for relieving the symptoms of chronic illnesses, the industry will need to respond to safety concerns surrounding the production of cannabis extracts. States like Oregon that have legalized cannabis for medicinal
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Channel Partners Speak – Dan Dayley, Bay Area Scientific

By Jason Frye for Flow Sciences   We spoke with Channel Partner Dan Dayley, owner of Bay Area Scientific, a manufacturers’ representative group based in Burlingame, Ca., about what reps need from companies like Flow Sciences in order to succeed at the highest levels.   “I always worked as an employee,” said Dan Dayley, owner
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Five Reasons to Reassess Your Safety Practices

By Jason Frye According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, more than 500,000 workers are employed in laboratories in the United States alone.  That means a half-million workers are at risk of exposure to potentially hazardous active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), nano-materials, pathogens, rare earth metals and other materials on a daily basis. Whether your
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Channel Partner Report: Bob Davis, Process Control Solutions

By Jason Frye for Flow Sciences   We spoke with Bob Davis, a Manufacturers’ Representative with Process Control Solutions and Channel Partner of Flow Sciences, to get his take on trade shows, Flow’s glove box units, nanotechnology and what it takes to excel as a Channel Partner.   The 2012 Materials Research Society’s meeting and
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Nitrogen and Containment

  Keeping labs, production lines and other work areas safe and hazard free starts and ends with the right combination of proper workplace hygiene practices and containment solutions. The isolators, hoods and other enclosures Flow Sciences designs and produces help keep workers and workspaces clean and safe across a spectrum of industries, from pharmaceutical packaging
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