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BioProcess International December 2012 Issue Now Available on the App Store for iPad and iPhone
Date:12/27/2012

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 27, 2012

BioProcess International (BPI) announces the publication of the December 2012 issue of BioProcess International on the App Store for iPad and iPhone. With this issue, BPI begins a new annual theme focusing on management and executive issues and brings back elements from the BioExecutive International publication. Also published on the App Store for December is an exclusive 48 page supplement covering Flexible Manufacturing.

The December Issue of BioProcess International includes the following articles:

Rapid Pharmaceutical Product Development: Getting Off the Critical Path and Onto the Right Path

A Framework for Process Knowledge Management: Reducing Risk and Realizing Value from Development to Manufacturing (Part 1 — Conceptual Framework)

Managing Cost Without Sacrificing Quality

A Decade of Success: The BPI Awards Honor Upstream, Downstream, and Manufacturing Achievements Over the Past 10 Years

Encouraging In-House Disclosures in a Whistleblower’s World

Understanding the Patient Journey: A Human-Factors Road Map to Delivery Device Development

Where’s the Viral Marketing for Spreading Info on Actual Viruses?

The Flexible Manufacturing Supplement includes the following articles:

Multiproduct Facility Design and Control for Biologics

Safety, Flexibility, and Efficiency: Preparing for the Future in Filling

Efficient Flexible Facilities for the 21st Century

Developing an Integrated, Continuous Bioprocessing Platform

Toward Flexible Hybrid Facilities of the Future

Establishing Strategic Supplier Partnerships to Facilitate Manufacturing Flexibility

Lean Six Sigma: A CMO’s Most Useful Traveling Companion

Biopharmaceuticals on Demand: Free from Traditional Restraints, China Reinvents Biomanufacturing

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