Monthly Archives: September 2012

Crystallization Research Information Sharing

I’m really looking forward to the Continuous Flow Chemistry and Crystallization Development Symposium that will take place in New Brunswick, NJ on September 26.  Two colleagues will present new crystallization research that I think will be of interest to the local scientific community.  Continue reading

Continuous Flow Chemistry & Crystallization Development Symposium

In pharmaceutical development, the drive for better drug product quality, process reliability, efficiency and safety have become key factors in driving chemists and engineers to seek alternative methodologies. Continuous flow reactor technologies significantly expand the range and scope of possible chemistries, and allow for rapid testing, optimization, and scaling of chemical sequences. This is reflected in the dramatic increase in the variety and depth of published chemistry over the last few years. Continue reading