NETZSCH Future Days 2022
Pharma & Life Science
Being Prepared for the Future
Deep understanding of the properties and behavior of substances and compounds in use is the foundation of a successful drug development. This idea is not new, but still highly relevant. This knowledge enables us to decide what to do with the material and what to refrain from doing ‒ regardless of whether it is a small or a large molecule and regardless of the processing technique. That is why the characterization of drug substances and excipients, the investigation of drug-excipient interactions, the optimization of formulations, etc., are also part of the “Quality by Design” principle. Thermal Analysis as well as rheometry can make an important contribution to this.
On the way from the lab to production, further key parameters are of interest, for example, with regard to thermal safety. TMR (time to maximum rate) or TD24 (time to maximum rate for the induction period of 24 hours) are crucial in the safe design of large-scale processes. Adiabatic calorimetry, especially Accelerating Rate Calorimetry, can provide important information here.
NETZSCH Future Days ‒ Join us and discover the exciting world of real world analytical examples in a compact format.
|Combination of Humidity and Thermal Analysis for Determining the Properties of Pharmaceutical Materials
|Dr. Roland Wetzel, NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH
|Key Note DSC
|Dr. Jürgen Blumm, NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH
|What Happens when an Amorphous Polymer is Mixed with a Crystalline Drug to Form a Long-Acting Injectable System?
|Dr. Ligia de Souza, NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH
|From Mucus to Modulus: An Introduction to Rheology with a Bio-Rheologist
|Dr. Shona Marsh, NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH
|Estimation of Thermal Hazard Potential in Pharmaceutical Production
|Dr. Ekkehard Füglein, NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH
|Video Milling Pharma
|Sven Hoffmann, NETZSCH Vakumix GmbH