A recent publication co-authored by Britest reviews precipitators, adsorbers and separators as technological opportunities for process intensification in nuclear effluent treatment.
A new paper by Britest's Rob Peeling describes a methodology for setting commercialisation objectives for sustainability in an innovative project
A poster recently presented by Britest exemplifies some new and improved approaches towards holistic qualitative and semiquantitative models for whole process understanding aligned with the needs of those in the chemical, biochemical and related process industries seeking to accelerate the transformation required to successfully respond to the threat of climate change
New training tool for circular plastics available from Britest Britest has produced a self-guided online training tool drawing on the activities and findings of the recently concluded MultiCycle EU Innovation Action to support capacity building in industry and in education to promote the
Britest's latest white paper describes the alignment of some current and future developments in the Britest approach with the needs of the process industries seeking to respond positively to climate change.
A new report shares Britest's experience of the challenges presented by COVID-19 lockdown restrictions along with an analysis of significant benefits quantified in terms of time, money, and emissions saved, and new possibilities created by successfully harnessing remote working and service delivery.
A new publication from Astra Zeneca Pharmaceutical Technology & Development, Operations describes how Britest process understanding tools have been successfully applied, along with experimental design, to addressing some of the challenges associated with sample preparation procedures when developing quantitative assay methods for solid-oral dosage forms.
COVID-19 lockdown has turned out to be a catalyst for insightful reflection upon the subject of pharmaceutical plant cleaning operations on the part of Britest's Rob Peeling. His detailed analysis of relevant driving forces and conclusions which challenge received industrial wisdom and typical practice can be read in full in this freely available Britest white paper.
Article on digital information flows goes open access A new publication describing how new digital models and approaches have been mapped onto the information workflow involved in pharmaceutical product and process design and development via a Britest-developed dedicated technical
A new publication arising from the ADDoPT project collaboration describes how a combination of existing and novel approaches has been applied to the assessment and prediction of particle properties intrinsic to the formulation and manufacture of pharmaceuticals via a new, robust workflow applying predictive digital design tools built around the CSD-System software suite.
Focus article on digital design for pharmaceutical product and process development An "in-depth focus" article in the June 2019 issue of European Pharmaceutical Review looks at how Britest has been working along with others in the ADDoPT collaborative consortium to explore how emerging process
Britest's highly practical best practice guide to multi-site facilitation has just been updated and is available now as a free download for registered Britest users.
Research arising from the EU's 7th Framework Programme’s SYNFLOW project on which Britest collaborated has resulted in a new, peer-reviewed publication describing a conceptual design study for a butadiene telomerization process.
Continuous Flow Chiral Hydrogenation Scales Up Successfully A new, high-profile scientific paper arising from one of Britest's international collaborative projects , which reports the first development of a continuous flow process for asymmetric hydrogenation with a heterogenized molecular