Effect of particle size and deformation behaviour on water ingress into tablets

22 July 2020 in Research Highlights 362 hits

Check out this commented presentation by Anne Linnet Skelbæk-Pedersen

Machine-Vision-Enabled Salt Dissolution Analysis

19 July 2020 in Research Highlights 303 hits

Here's a commented presentation from Jerneij Stukelj from the University of Helsinki, Finland.

Pharmaceutics

21 April 2020 in Research Highlights 1347 hits

Pharmaceutics (ISSN 1999-4923, click here) is an open access journal which provides an advanced forum for the science and technology…

Cryomilling as manufacturing technique to produce ASDs, a technique as gentle as generally assumed or rather not?

06 January 2020 in Research Highlights 2581 hits

Abstract In this short communication, on current hot topics in the drug delivery and disposition lab, a chemical (and physical)…

Are we as PhD students doing enough to facilitate collaborations across PSSRC?

23 October 2019 in Research Highlights 4109 hits

a word from one of our "Best Presentation Award" winners: Anne Linnet Skelbæk-PedersenSTAR PhD studentOral Pilot and Process DevelopmentNovo Nordisk…

Influence of the Suspension Composition on the Mechanical Strength of Dried Microspheres

10 September 2018 in Research Highlights 8592 hits

Spray drying is widely used in pharmaceutical manufacturing to produce microspheres from solutions or suspensions. The mechanical properties of the…

Novel stand-alone test tool for scientific qualification of a dosator capsule filling process

10 September 2018 in Research Highlights 9268 hits

One of the biggest problems in the manufacturing of high-quality low-dose inhalation products, is dose uniformity of filled capsules [1].…

Modeling Powder Compaction using a Multi-Particle Finite Element Model

10 September 2018 in Research Highlights 10270 hits

1. Introduction Cold compaction of powder is important for many industrial processes, e.g., for the production of green bodies before…

 

The PSSRC aims to initiate and foster collaborative research between its members in all areas of the pharmaceutical solid state field by

  • forming a network with equipment and expertise for processing of pharmaceuticals with all critical unit operations and related solid state analysis
  • providing a discussion forum to exchange ideas and facilitate novel innovations 
  • providing a network to exchange members of the cluster through student and staff research visits
  • facilitating collaborations of its members in joint academic research projects and projects with the industry