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Morphotek Inc. Pilot Plant Receives 2013 Facility of the Year Award
Date:2/4/2013

on of antiquated buildings.
  • Building materials used for the plant were all purchased within 500 miles of the plant to decrease the amount of energy used for shipping.
  • The project team used Building Information Modeling (BIM) software to integrate the best sustainable decisions into the design process.
  • In addition, Morphotek incorporated a number of "green initiatives" into the design of the facility. These include the use of recycled materials (such as cinder blocks and structured metal) from the building that used to be on the site; solar panels; timers and motion sensors for lights and heating/cooling; parking for low-emission vehicles; the use of low chemical-emitting paints and plastics; and a comprehensive water and energy plan.The award will be officially presented to Morphotek representatives in April at the annual Leadership Dinner at INTERPHEX 2013 in New York City. The company will also be recognized at the ISPE Annual Meeting in November, in addition to being featured in upcoming issues of two magazines, Pharmaceutical Processing and Pharmaceutical Engineering

    About Morphotek
    Morphotek® Inc., a subsidiary of Eisai Inc., is a biopharmaceutical company specializing in the development of protein and antibody products through the use of a novel and proprietary gene evolution technology.  The technology has been successfully applied to a broad variety of cell lines and organisms to yield genetically diverse offspring that are suitable for pharmaceutical product development in the areas of antibody therapeutics, protein therapeutics, product manufacturing, drug target discovery, and improved output traits for commercial applications.  The company is currently focusing its platform on the development and manufacturing of therapeutic antibodies for the treatment of cancer, inflammation and infectious disease.  For more information, please visit '/>"/>

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