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Medical Chemistry

Navigating the Surge in Demand for Lipid Nano Carriers: Challenges and Future Perspectives

Analytical R&D

Challenges and winning strategies to develop an analytical method for Nitrosamines

CPHI Barcelona

Why meet us at CPHI Barcelona?

Drug Development

A Brief Introduction to Click Chemistry and Bioorthogonal Chemistry

AI and Drug Discovery

How AI can accelerate drug discovery

Drug Development

“Bathtub Chemistry” - Necessity and Aspects of Process Research

Business Continuity

The importance of business continuity planning in CRDMO industry

Large Molecule Discovery Services

Neoantigen Specific T cells For Cancer Immunotherapy

Pharmaceutical Services

Oligonucleotide as a novel class of therapeutic modality

Studies and Research

The influence of formulation development and its route of administration

Pharmaceutical Services

The Importance of Carbohydrate Synthesized Drugs

Development and Manufacturing

Application and Manufacturing of High Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (HPAPI)

Studies and Research

Role of Peptide Synthesis Based Drugs

Studies and Research

The Role of DMPK Studies in Drug Discovery

Development and Manufacturing

Application of mPEGs in Drug Discovery and Development

Drug Development

Importance of Route Scouting in Chemical Development

Development and Manufacturing

Introduction to PROTAC

Development and Manufacturing

Advantages of PROTACs over traditional drugs

Development and Manufacturing

Emerging Trends in Solid State Phase Peptide Synthesis

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