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Natoli Scientific recently held their first training course of 2019 at the R&D Laboratory in Telford, Pennsylvania. Natoli technical trainers were joined by industry-leading experts for the three-day course on Tablet Development and Scale-up. Attendees were provided instruction on the tablet development process and scale-up methodology within a unique classroom setting and laboratory environment. The

Are you looking for an opportunity to advance your skills and knowledge of tablet development processes and scale-up methodologies?  This course provides comprehensive insight into the tablet development process and scale-up methodology with the same unique classroom and hands-on training you have come to expect from Natoli. The 3-day training course incorporates open discussions, one-on-one

Earlier this month, the Natoli Scientific R&D Laboratory in Telford, Pennsylvania presented a training course on the tablet development process and the basic principles of continuous manufacturing. Course instruction was provided by thought-leaders from the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry as well as members of the Natoli Scientific technical training staff. In addition to the educational presentations

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The newly opened Natoli Scientific R&D Laboratory in Telford, PA recently held a one-day training course focusing on the tablet development process and the basic principles of continuous manufacturing. This course gave trainees a first-hand look into tablet development and formulation in a unique laboratory environment. Following the conclusion of the training session, one participant

In the October 22, 2018, issue of Solid Dose Digest, a reader asked, “I need tablet compression training. How do I decide which course is right for me?” Natoli Scientific Director Jonathan Gaik answered: Tablet compression is complicated, and most who work in the industry learn on the job, but a growing number of options

Robert Sedlock, Director of Technical Training & Development at Natoli Scientific, taught a module on tablet compaction for a short course at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. The course, Tablets & Capsules Hands-On Short Course, took place October 15-19, 2018. Robert’s lecture taught course participants about powder compression, tablet press operation, test methods for formulation development, and compaction

Natoli Scientific’s new Telford, Pennsylvania, R&D laboratory opened its doors with the inaugural “Formulation Development, Scale-up, and Intro to Microtabs” training October 8-10, 2018. Seventeen attendees from the pharma, specialty chemicals, nutritional supplements, and pyrotechnics industries helped us kick off activities in our new facility. Taught by industry-leading experts, our attendees learned new approaches to formulation

Natoli Engineering and the industry’s foremost subject matter experts are joining together for a new and unique hands-on training and troubleshooting panel discussion. The inaugural training event is being help October 8-10, 2018, at our new Natoli Scientific Research & Development Laboratory in Telford, Pennsylvania. “Tablet Development, Scale-Up, and Intro to Microtabs” provides comprehensive insight

By Jonathan Gaik, Director, Natoli Scientific In the July/August issue of EPM magazine, I wrote that most challenges in the tableting process initiate with or can be traced back to powder flow. I mentioned in my article – “Go with the flow: The critical issue of powder flow in tablet production” – that conducting studies

Go with the Flow

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This article originally ran in the July/August 2018 issue of European Pharmaceutical Manufacturer magazine. By Jonathan Gaik, Natoli Scientific The ideal active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) is one that flows well, is stable, self-lubricates, compacts well and is not strain rate sensitive. While all the listed properties are important, the one that continues to be critical

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