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Can I Deformulate Patented Products?

Jul 5 2018

Yes – reverse-engineering patented products is a fantastic way to learn how innovative products are formulated so that you can reformulate them at a more affordable price point or improve the overall formula. It is also a way for the market to ensure that products continually improve and pricing continues to become more accessible to…


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Common Reasons for Adhesive Failure

Jul 3 2018

Adhesives are a necessary part of our everyday lives. We use them to bind just about everything, so it’s essential that adhesives don’t fail in your products. Adhesives form airtight and watertight seals between products and remain intact for a significant periods of time, including up to 100 years. How do you know if your…


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What’s Contaminating Your Pharmaceutical Products?

Mar 29 2018

You believe your pharmaceutical facility is taking every precaution to prevent contamination, but then you discover that there are unidentified spots on a batch of tablets or particles floating in a liquid medication. What’s going on? That question may be difficult or even impossible to answer just from looking at your pharmaceutical product. There are…


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Medical Device Safety The Importance of Extractables & Leachables Testing

Mar 15 2018

Medical devices, whether they’re as simple as disposable examination gloves or as complex as pacemakers, must be proven to be biocompatible before they can go to market. Biocompatibility testing is especially important for devices that are designed to deliver a drug or come into contact with human tissue. Healthcare professionals need to know that no…


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Why Pharma Companies Must Invest in Method Development & Validation

Mar 8 2018

Method development is a key element of pharmaceutical development, and it can’t be overlooked when starting the process of creating a new drug. While it’s often considered routine, it’s integral to maintaining cost efficiency. With the right method development and validation guidelines in place, your company can optimize resources and save on development time. Optimize…


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How to Make Sure My Company's Medical Device Meets FDA Standards

Sep 1 2017

Getting your company’s medical device ready to bring to market means working to meet FDA standards. The FDA’s regulations help ensure your medical device is safe for the public, and there are various pathways toward achieving approval. The average timeline for medical device development is roughly 3-7 years, though actual production time can vary significantly…


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How to Make Sure Your 3D Printer Ink Won't Fail

Aug 22 2017

3D printing is such a new process that it is only in its infancy of possibilities for consumers, manufacturers and inventors. In the same vein, 3D ink is still being optimized. For budding 3D printers and professional printers alike, preventing 3D ink failure is essential to getting the most out your printed products. To make…


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How Green Product Development & Eco-Friendly Reformulation Can Increase Your Sales

Aug 9 2017

As consumers become more aware of the environmental impact of their purchases, the demand for eco-friendly products is increasing. Many consumers will pay a small premium for cleaning products that are labeled as ‘green’ or ‘eco-friendly,’ provided those products have proven to be as effective as their non-green alternatives. As a cleaning product manufacturer, reformulating…


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Analytical Testing and Pet Food

Aug 7 2017

In the United States, the FDA regulates commercial pet food and treats and requires the listing of ingredients. However, in some cases, harmful ingredients are still included in pet foods. Many dry pet foods include preservatives and ingredients humans don’t normally eat, so it’s important to understand what the ingredients are. For pet food manufacturing…


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For Food and Supplement Lawsuits, Rigorous Product Testing Is Essential

Jun 30 2017

The FDA has strict regulations for the labeling of food, drugs, and supplements. Manufacturers must follow not only the labeling conventions under the Code of Federal Regulations, but also the testing requirements for measuring the components of food and drug products. When manufacturers fail to meet these requirements or label their products in a misleading…


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