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The Right Weight*

The new world of automated dosing

Every scientist studying at university was confronted in chemical practicals with the problem of dissolving a given powdered substance in a given solution and producing a solution with the prescribed ­concentration. The first step was to weigh. Armed with a spatula and a small sheet of weighing ...

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Innovation in Focus

Powerfull solutions for the future

The international growth markets of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, particularly in the life sciences area, are characterised by strong dynamics. Interdisciplinary collaboration between various scientific disciplines and technologies is becoming increasingly important and produces a ...

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Capsule filling challenges

Safe and cost-effective workflow solutions for clinical first-in-man studies

Filling capsules is a very common activity in clinical first-in-man studies, but exactly how this is carried out typically depends on the throughput required and the resources available.

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