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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

Natoli Scientific was founded to research new formulation techniques and tablet compression technology. We combine our four decades of experience with a network of university, consultant, and resident resources to investigate problems and offer our customers unique solutions to their product formulation and tooling requirements. Using the correct tablet tooling selection, tool steel, tool coating,

LIU-Natoli-Institute

Natoli Engineering Company announces the opening of the Natoli Institute for Industrial Pharmacy Research and Development. Opened in partnership with the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences on the Brooklyn campus of Long Island University (LIU), the Natoli Institute features dispensing, formulation, compression, and coating suites. Supporting one of the few

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 29, 2013 NATOLI ENGINEERING ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY To establish The Natoli Engineering Institute for Industrial Pharmacy Development and Research SAINT CHARLES, MO – Natoli Engineering and the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Long Island University (LIU) are pleased to announce a partnership

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