A polymorph screen was performed to gain better understanding of the polymorph landscape of an API.
CatSci hosted a free Material Science symposium entitled “A Medicine is More Than a Molecule.” This webinar explored the crucial role of material science in product design and how solid-sate properties play a key role in the success of pharmaceutical materials.
Whilst good solubility is a target property in many drug discovery programs, a balance is often struck between solubility and potential efficacy which means that a poorly soluble molecule may need to be progressed.
CatSci's material science team was tasked with developing a crystallization for a disaccharide that was produced from an enzymatic reaction.
Access the recordings of our third virtual symposium now. The event consisted of seasoned industry experts who delivered succinct 25-minute presentations on particle design, formulation development, and structural informatics.
Our Director of Material Sciences, Dr Robert Dennehy, explores the ways salt screening can be made more productive, including looking at degradation, pKa values and pHmax.
CatSci was tasked with designing a new bromination method for a key reaction intermediate. Use of bromine rendered the previous process unsuitable for a larger campaign and would require expensive and time-consuming alterations to the plant.
Access the recordings of our first virtual symposium now. The event featured an impressive itinerary of four eminent speakers spanning industry and academia, who delivered digestible 30-minute presentations, covering topics from green technologies to material science, such as crystallisation.