FabRx is developing better medicines using patented 3D printing technology to enable medical treatments to be personalised to the individual needs of each patient (in terms of dosage, shape, size and dose combinations) for production on site in pharmacies or clinical trials units.
Freeman Technology, a Micromeritics company, specialises in systems for measuring the flow properties of powders and has >15 years’ experience in powder characterisation. It invests significantly in R&D and applications development, and provides full support alongside its range of products.
Flex is a global design development and manufacturing organisation that partners with medical and pharma companies, to bring technologies in connectivity, sensors, miniaturisation and others, to new product design and manufacturing, to deliver medical quality at large scale.
The Fluids and Structures (FaST) Lab in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Central Florida investigates the physics governing flow at the interface of fluids and deformable solids. The lab’s research is inspired by natural systems.
ForSight VISION5 was acquired by Allergan in 2016. It was focused on developing non-invasive, sustained drug delivery products to replace eye drops, for eye diseases including glaucoma and dry-eye. The acquisition included US$95 million upfront and a launch milestone on its lead programme.
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