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Sustainable services and suggestions for the paper industry in Germany

The German pulp and paper industry faces a raft of challenges. Like all energy-intensive industries, it has to manage the vast uncertainty surrounding the shift to renewable energy. Luckily, the legislature has introduced partial exemptions from the EE G surcharge and other tax benefits. If ... more

Medicine for the pharmaceutical industry. Cutting costs in infrastructure processes

To stay competitive, pharmaceutical companies have to explore every cost-cutting opportunity. They have already made some progress by outsourcing research, development, contract manufacturing and administrative non-core business processes to established partners. Infrastructure processes of ... more

Site development and site operation for the chemical industry

Central Europe and Germany are on the verge of collapse. Criticisms of the overall economy automatically trickle down to the chemical and pharmaceutical industry: Wage costs are too high. Skilled workers too scarce. Enviromental regulations too strict. Business space too expensive. Energy c ... more

X-ray fluorescence analysis of unknown samples

TURBOQUANT, developed by SPECTRO Analytical Instruments, also uses the FP approach, but with the added refinement of using the incoherent (Compton) backscatter information from the sample for additional matrix correction. This renders detailed knowledge of the matrix composition unnecessary ... more

Application-specific Membrane Prefilters for Highly Efficient Processes in Biopharmaceutical Production

New medicines and diagnostics on the one hand and rising cost pressure as a result, for example, of the launch of generics and biosimilars on the other mean that new, highly efficient methods are required in biopharmaceutical production. In order to meet these challenges, Sartorius Stedim B ... more

X-ray fluorescence analysis of unknown samples

TURBOQUANT, developed by SPECTRO Analytical Instruments, also uses the FP approach, but with the added refinement of using the incoherent (Compton) backscatter information from the sample for additional matrix correction. This renders detailed knowledge of the matrix composition unnecessary ... more

Measuring environmental impact: Elix® system water purification vs. a distillation apparatus

Long-term environmental sustainability and continued reduction in the consumption of non-renewable raw materials is increasingly important for laboratories everywhere. This work compares the effect on the environment of an Elix® 3 water purification system* with that of a distillation syste ... more

BOD, COD, TOC and TOD – sum parameters in environmental analysis

A whole variety of organic matter can be present in water, which cannot be defined individually with considerable analytical effort and in short time. Therefore, the so-called sum parameters are used. The most popular sum parameter in waste water analysis are the BOD, COD, TOD and TOC more

Meeting UHPLC Needs with High Purity Water

In recent years, the advent of Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography (UHPLC) has broadened the scope of laboratory applications, making it possible to attain extremely low detection limits. Certain requirements exist, however, when working with this very sensitive analytical techniqu ... more

Online Glucose | Lactate measurement in Batch and Fed-batch CHO cultivation

During the cultivation of animal cells the monitoring of nutrients and metabolites has an important role for the controlling strategy of the cell culture. The measurement of glucose and lactate is one of the first steps during this process. The content of glucose and lactate in the cultivat ... more

Sustainable services and suggestions for the paper industry in Germany

The German pulp and paper industry faces a raft of challenges. Like all energy-intensive industries, it has to manage the vast uncertainty surrounding the shift to renewable energy. Luckily, the legislature has introduced partial exemptions from the EE G surcharge and other tax benefits. If ... more

Medicine for the pharmaceutical industry. Cutting costs in infrastructure processes

To stay competitive, pharmaceutical companies have to explore every cost-cutting opportunity. They have already made some progress by outsourcing research, development, contract manufacturing and administrative non-core business processes to established partners. Infrastructure processes of ... more

Site development and site operation for the chemical industry

Central Europe and Germany are on the verge of collapse. Criticisms of the overall economy automatically trickle down to the chemical and pharmaceutical industry: Wage costs are too high. Skilled workers too scarce. Enviromental regulations too strict. Business space too expensive. Energy c ... more

Application-specific Membrane Prefilters for Highly Efficient Processes in Biopharmaceutical Production

New medicines and diagnostics on the one hand and rising cost pressure as a result, for example, of the launch of generics and biosimilars on the other mean that new, highly efficient methods are required in biopharmaceutical production. In order to meet these challenges, Sartorius Stedim B ... more

Filter Integrity Testing

The integrity testing of sterile filters constitutes a critical and mandatory regulatory step in biopharmaceutical production processes. However, performing such filter integrity tests costs time. Indeed, it can take a good 20 to 30 minutes to perform a diffusion test, bubble-point test or ... more

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