Tag: Chemistry

Master Life Sciences (MSc): Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (English version)

Master Life Sciences (MSc): Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (English version)

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 5, 2019

After my Bachelor’s degree, I opted for the Master’s programme to deepen my expert knowledge as well as to get better job prospects. The Master’s programme in ‘Pharmaceutical Biotechnology’ ranges from the molecular construction of active substances to in-vitro tests as well as the production and completion of drugs. In this way the whole value […]

Pharmacy Tech – Wisconsin Technical Colleges

Pharmacy Tech – Wisconsin Technical Colleges

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 4, 2019

[Jeremy:] You learn stuff in class and you get to use it right away, hands on. Only eight weeks in you’re doing an internship. [Jennifer:] Pharmacy technicians-they have to deal with filling prescriptions, counting, picking the right medication, they have to deal with insurance, and most of all, being able to communicate with the patient. […]

Bachelor of Pharmacy

Bachelor of Pharmacy

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 3, 2019

Hi, I’m Tim Denham and I’m an owner of North Orange Discount Drug Store where I work. I studied at Charles Sturt University here for Pharmacy for four years and loved every moment of it. The success of a happy health hub within Orange and the local surroundings is attributed to many things actually coming […]

How Big Pharma secures drug monopolies | Tahir Amin

How Big Pharma secures drug monopolies | Tahir Amin

By Bryan Wright 51 Comments November 23, 2019

So the patent system has been a great driver of medical inventions. We’ve seen some terrific discoveries and inventions in the medical space. But as we’ve evolved in the system, I think we’re starting to see– as a lawyer who’s practiced in this area, we’re starting to see a lot of strategies that are played […]

Pharmacy – University of Sunderland

Pharmacy – University of Sunderland

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment November 23, 2019

so the pharmacist is the medicines expert as part of the healthcare team so we have a good underpinning in our science which we now apply into clinical settings in our community pharmacy environment in a hospital pharmacy or in general practice the MPharm program is a four-year degree master’s level qualification that is accredited […]

Michael Laufer: Open-Source DIY Pharmaceutical Grade Medicines For All

Michael Laufer: Open-Source DIY Pharmaceutical Grade Medicines For All

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment November 23, 2019

LBW: If you could give some examples of like medicines that you have produced using this, I think it’s your microlab medicines that you’ve worked on that have been really effective that that people can have access to now. MICHAEL LAUFER: So the things that we’re currently working on we’re trying to find the medicines […]

Divya Tewari, Technical Director, Global Pharmaceutical R&D

Divya Tewari, Technical Director, Global Pharmaceutical R&D

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment November 18, 2019

Research is my passion because I like to do new things. At this stage, we are coming up with new products, with new processes, new technologies and I could say that of all the products which are new in the portfolio I have pretty much worked on most of them, if not all of them. […]

Master in Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences – Leiden University

Master in Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences – Leiden University

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments November 18, 2019

I’ve always been very interested in the human body and what drugs can do to the body, and that’s why I choose for Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences. I did my ten weeks bachelor internship in the lab at Analytical BioSciences, doing a lot of research. So then I found out that research is also really my passion. […]

Pharmaceutical Drugs: Inhibitors and the Nature of Disease

Pharmaceutical Drugs: Inhibitors and the Nature of Disease

By Bryan Wright 17 Comments November 16, 2019

Hey it’s professor Dave, let’s learn about pharmaceuticals. We all get sick from time to time. Whether it’s just a cold, or something more serious, and there’s great controversy amongst the public about how to treat disease. Some argue that conventional medicine is best suited to address the health needs of the human body, while […]

Microorganisms: The Future of Food, Fuel and Pharmaceuticals – with Michael Sulu