Drug Delivery News and Research

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Drug delivery is a term that refers to the delivery of a pharmaceutical compound into the body. Most common methods of delivery include the preferred non-invasive oral (through the mouth), nasal, pneumonial (inhalation), and rectal routes. Much research is now focussing on nanotechnology as a drug delivery method.
New method to treat cancer with iron oxide nanoparticles

New method to treat cancer with iron oxide nanoparticles

Researchers culture human blood-brain barrier on a chip

Researchers culture human blood-brain barrier on a chip

GlobalData: Deploying robots in coronavirus fight may not be necessary

GlobalData: Deploying robots in coronavirus fight may not be necessary

Trelleborg experts discuss combination devices at Pharmapack

Trelleborg experts discuss combination devices at Pharmapack

4D-printed microneedle array could replace painful hypodermic needles

4D-printed microneedle array could replace painful hypodermic needles

Trelleborg showcases its GeoTrans technology at Pharmapack

Trelleborg showcases its GeoTrans technology at Pharmapack

Magnetic nanomaterials may become the basis for new approach to treating liver fibrosis

Magnetic nanomaterials may become the basis for new approach to treating liver fibrosis

Scientists discover a new way to combine coding languages into single "bilingual" molecule

Scientists discover a new way to combine coding languages into single "bilingual" molecule

Scientists secure funding to develop better methods for evaluation of topically applied drugs

Scientists secure funding to develop better methods for evaluation of topically applied drugs

Scientists find way to combine two main coding languages into single 'bilingual' molecule

Scientists find way to combine two main coding languages into single 'bilingual' molecule

Biodegradable nanoparticle can deliver 'suicide gene' to pediatric brain tumor cells in mice

Biodegradable nanoparticle can deliver 'suicide gene' to pediatric brain tumor cells in mice

New 'tumor-on-a-chip' can be used to find better cancer fighting drugs

New 'tumor-on-a-chip' can be used to find better cancer fighting drugs

Artificial 'inclusion bodies' developed for sustained release of therapeutic proteins

Artificial 'inclusion bodies' developed for sustained release of therapeutic proteins

IU scientists discover that beta-carophyllene improves wound healing

IU scientists discover that beta-carophyllene improves wound healing

New fabrication method for silk shows promise for use in biomedical devices

New fabrication method for silk shows promise for use in biomedical devices

Biocompatible hydrogels could help heal wounds, deliver drugs and treat cancer

Biocompatible hydrogels could help heal wounds, deliver drugs and treat cancer

Scientists develop new method for targeted drug delivery to cancer cells

Scientists develop new method for targeted drug delivery to cancer cells

Control and Monitor Nanoparticle, Biopharmaceutical and Polymer Product Process

Control and Monitor Nanoparticle, Biopharmaceutical and Polymer Product Process

Scientists develop a method of targeted drug delivery to cancer cells

Scientists develop a method of targeted drug delivery to cancer cells

US pharmaceutical industry continues to shine according to CPhI 2019 Annual Report

US pharmaceutical industry continues to shine according to CPhI 2019 Annual Report