Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (NYSE:TMO), the world leader in serving science, and global biotechnology company, CSL Limited (ASX:CSL;USOTC:CSLLY) today announced they have entered into a strategic partnership to help meet the growing demand for biologic therapies while also accelerating CSL's broader manufacturing objectives.
G-CON Manufacturing, the leader in prefabricated, flexible cleanroom solutions, announced today that it has been selected by Codiak BioSciences to support its cleanroom build out at its new clinical manufacturing facility in Lexington, MA.
CPC (Colder Products Company), maker of a broad range of single-use connectors, including AseptiQuik®, introduces the 1” MPU Series connector for use with high-volume, large-flow fluid transfer in biopharmaceutical manufacturing.
With Health Canada and the Food and Drug Administration beginning to approve and reimburse cell and gene therapies in significant numbers, the demand for cell and viral vector manufacturing will continue to grow.
Cytiva, formerly part of GE Healthcare Life Sciences, launches the VIA Capsule, the first liquid nitrogen-free cryogenic shipment system designed and optimized for the shipment of cellular therapies and cryopreserved apheresis.
UBC, a leader in global late-stage and patient support services for the biopharmaceutical industry, introduces UBC Pathways® Engage – a digital concierge that transforms traditional patient education, support and communications through a combination of proprietary engagement methodologies and mobile messaging technology. UBC Pathways® Engage is purpose-built to help patients start and stay on therapy.
To support increasing demand for viral vector development and manufacturing services, Thermo Fisher is expanding capacity with construction of a new commercial manufacturing site in Plainville, Mass. The 290,000-square-foot facility will more than double commercial viral vector capacity to support customers who are developing and manufacturing gene therapies and vaccines to address unmet medical needs.