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The GMP environment guarantees the identity, strength, quality, and purity of pharmaceutical products. On January 28, Dr. Kerry Hughes, Technical Leader at Contract Research Organization, Alamac, will deliver a webinar on best practices for a GMP environment and outline how she uses NMR spectroscopy in drug discovery, drug development, and manufacturing workflows.

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   UMN and Windgap Medical collaborate to design cyanide antidote autoinjectorUMN and Windgap Medical collaborate to design cyanide antidote autoinjector
 
The University of Minnesota Twin Cities and Windgap Medical have received a $3.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a new device to quickly administer a recently developed antidote for cyanide poisoning.
 
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The European Laboratory Research & Innovation Group UK and the British Pharmacological Society, announced today that they have formed a strategic alliance.
 
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 Chemical found in tropical flower could help to treat deadly pancreatic cancer
 
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 Study reveals mechanism that helps pancreatic cancer cells avoid starvation
 
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 Scientists discover specific neurons that promote reward-like behaviors, alcohol consumption
 
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 Medications prescribed to children with chronic kidney disease may harm their kidneys
 
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