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Industry Leading Pharmaceutical News Website in-Pharmatechnologist.com Refocused and Relaunched
Date:4/26/2012

MONTPELLIER, France, April 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --



Online news publication in-PharmaTechnologist.com today launched a refocused website to deliver more targeted news in key biopharma manufacturing niches.

Using the new, clearer design readers can customise in-PharmaTechnologist.com to show one of four microsites - Ingredients, Processing, Drug Delivery, and Regulatory & Safety - each of which delivers highly targeted news.

Key features

  • Four microsites to deliver targeted news in key biopharma manufacturing niches
  • A clearer, more intuitive design and navigation system to simplify reading and searching
  • A deeper global coverage of all corners of the rapidly  growing biopharma world
  • Increased focus on in-depth analysis of a complex, evolving industry
  • Continued innovation in delivering news in the medium you want, to the platform you use

Independent, free and authoritative biopharma manufacturing news is still the focus, but the 70,000 monthly visitors to in-PharmaTechnologist.com will now find it easier to get their daily dose. Improving the reader experience of each of these is at the heart of the refocusing.

"In refocusing the site we listened to our readers and focused our efforts on the topics that matter most to their businesses," Jean-Marc Cocogne, executive director at in-PharmaTechnologist.com, said. "From the microsites to the new look, our goal is to break news from an international perspective and focus on the information that impacts the global pharmaceutical industry."

As part of a commitment to reporting biopharma manufacturing daily news, wherever it takes place, in-PharmaTechnologist.com is strengthening its presence in North America and Asia-Pacific, where more than two-thirds of its audience logo
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