Keep up with the latest in the tableting community!
June 17, 2021
MySTYL'One member exclusive!
MySTYL’One Live session is now available for replay.
Please click here to access the video (registered users only).
The video presents a joint experimental and numerical study from University of Bordeaux and Skyepharma’s research teams.
The webinar is extended with a hands-on demo on the STYL’One
Evo showing how to develop press-coated tablets.
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June 14, 2021
An interesting webinar we've spotted among FIP's digital sets of event.
"FIP Guidelines for Dissolution Testing of Solid Oral Products" will help you learn which parameters are relevant for the development of a dissolution method and how to validate the dissolution method.
Full webinar is online on FIP's website.
Vincent Mazel - University of Bordeaux
May 15, 2021
MySTYL'One members exclusive!
Watch the replay of the presentation delivered by Vincent Mazel (user of a STYL'One Evolution, University of Bordeaux, France) during the 12th APV PBP World meeting.
March 10, 2021
Help us feed the Community library, by sending us your papers, posters or news on tableting.
June 15, 2021
A new paper published by the university of Düsseldorf on the compression of Metformin Hydrochloride, a drug which had before not been directly compressed. However using a quasi-emulsion solvent-diffusion (QESD) crystallization technique allows for better flowability and reduce storage agglomeration, making direct compression possible after evaluating the tabletability of the material.
Full paper available here.
May 31, 2021
On April 21st, Mariana Bezerra, PHD student from De Montfort University (UK), presented her work on Design of Experiments, and the MEDELPHARM Science Lab showed us how it can be performed thanks to a STYL’One Nano. The session ended with a Q&A.
For those who could not join us you can access the transcript below.
Note: Registered members of MySTYL'One can access the full video replay HERE.
May 3, 2021
There are numerous tablet defects: chipping, picking & sticking, cracking, lamination & capping to name a few.
Lamination & capping often occur during scale-up and are main issues in our industry. Capping is the partial or complete removal of the crown of a tablet from the main body, while lamination is the separation of a tablet into two or more distinct layers. However, those 2 phenomenon share similar causes...
March 23, 2021
Reducing “time to market” is the ultimate goal
for every pharmaceutical lab. Being the first on
the market brings a competitive advantage for
prescription, over-the-counter, or generic-drug
manufacturers. Applying quality-by-design
(QbD) principles at the formulation phase can
prevent tablet defects at an early stage and
thereby drastically reduce time during the
complex and troublesome phase of “scale-up”.
March 22, 2021
MySTYL'One user exclusive!
Head to the bulletins section to learn more on the differences between your target force and output force on your STYL’One Evo and improve your system response and be as close as possible to your target force!