AVROBIO President and CEO Geoff MacKay tells The Business of Biotech about the technology his company is using to drive at-scale gene therapy production for lysosomal disorders and how they overcame a major manufacturing investment that didn't quite work as planned. Listen now and subscribe so you never miss an episode.
By Dr. Kamran Zamanian and Ciara McKillop, iData Research Inc.
In the gynecology market, as the use of hysteroscopes and other less invasive methods increases, more procedures will require the use of fluid management equipment. Notably, there has been significant growth in the sales of both capital equipment and tubing for fluid management during hysteroscopic procedures. This article discusses the current and future fluid management market in Europe.
By Todd Owens and Matt Knutson,Donatelle
A product’s manufacturability is influenced by the materials used, requested tolerances, part geometry, process control limitations, and more. A successful DFM process considers each of these factors from the start.
Last year, a family member was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Fortunately, the story has a happy ending. A year later, she is cancer-free, thanks to an innovative, life-saving procedure that wasn’t available not that long ago.
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By David Cianciolo,Fischer Connectors
Design engineers are challenged to pump increasing amounts of data through smaller and smaller spaces. This paper provides a step-by-step process for rugged connector selection that takes the new realities engineers face today into consideration, such as speed and miniaturization.
Crafting RFQs can be a time-consuming and difficult process; hence, the race by suppliers to shorten the time to provide quotes, with some even offering “instant” quotations. But is this really a good thing for complex, custom injection molding projects?
For medical device manufacturers and FDA/ISO-registered facilities, the integrity of quality systems is critical. Ensuring the quality system is suitable, efficient, and effective for business needs and customers is a key focus.
This interview with Jeannette Ho, the head of surface modification at Evonik, discusses opportunities for medical device companies to leverage a passive, stable, and durable technology platform to reduce bacterial adhesion and biofouling.
Gaining the right product approvals and certificates for major markets is fundamental both to succeed and to ensure safety and effectiveness of every medical device. Properly defined and prepared submission reports help ensure that the submission contains the appropriate information requested by the various regulatory bodies for the specific product classification.