Category Archive: Life Sciences

Jun 14 2017

3D PRINTING: Disruptive technology poised to transform manufacturing

Two important milestones in the long march toward a three- dimensional printing revolution were achieved in late 2012 with little or no fanfare. First, General Electric announced that it had purchased a small precision-engineering firm called Morris Technologies, based near Cincinnati, Ohio (USA), and planned to use the company’s 3D printing machines to make parts …

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Nov 10 2015

How to Make your Prototype a Winning Product

Consumer Packaged Goods have many hurdles to overcome and competition is fierce. 95% of prototypes end up failing, here are the top five reasons why.

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Apr 16 2015

The Compliance Quagmire and Medical Device Manufacturing

The medical device manufacturing sector is ripe for a makeover, given the onerous burden of regulatory compliance initiatives.

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Jun 24 2014

Apply a Profit Imperative to Traceability Regulations

Take a different approach to traceability requirements part of regulatory compliance by taking a profit approach – how can I both address the requirements and improve my business profitability?

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Nov 20 2012

Who Owns Product Traceability?

Before implementing a global traceability solution, the first step is to determine who owns this initiative

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