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   The Importance of Discovering New DrugsThe Importance of Discovering New Drugs
 
At a time when the world is going through one of the biggest health crises ever experienced, it may seem strange to question why new drugs are important.
 
   Drug Discovery, Manufacturing, and DevelopmentDrug Discovery, Manufacturing, and Development
 
The process starting from the creation of a new molecule until its introduction into clinical use is broadly referred to as drug development.
 
 The Influence of the Microbiome on Drug Action
 
The Influence of the Microbiome on Drug ActionThe advancements in genome sequence technologies and metagenomic analysis have paved the way for scientists to explore the human microbiome.
 
 
 Researchers Design Polymer Membrane for Batteries Using a Drug Discovery Toolbox
 
Researchers Design Polymer Membrane for Batteries Using a Drug Discovery ToolboxMembranes that allow certain molecules to quickly pass through while blocking others are key enablers for energy technologies from batteries and fuel cells to resource refinement and water purification.
 
 
 MagnaPharm project opens up new possibilities in drug production
 
MagnaPharm project opens up new possibilities in drug productionPolymorphs are crystalline materials that have the same chemical composition but different molecular packing. For example, diamond and graphite are both made from crystalline forms of carbon, but their physical and chemical properties vary drastically.