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Data Loggers for Pharmaceutical Applications

Data Loggers

Pharmaceutical Applications

MadgeTech’s pharmaceutical data loggers are precision instruments designed to monitor and record the manufacturing, shipping and storage of pharmaceuticals. The product line includes both standalone and wireless models for measuring temperature, humidity and pH. The devices are easy to use, simply start the data logger and then deploy. Once monitoring is complete, data can be downloaded to a computer for analysis and record keeping.

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A simple flick of the wrist can tell you what you need to know these days, with smart watches and fitness trackers being worn everywhere. And don't plan on them going anywhere anytime soon, according to CCS Insight, more than 411 million wearable devices will be sold in 2020, worth $34 billion.

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After a forty year reign of terror, the dreaded Ebola virus has finally met its match. A 100% effective Ebola vaccine has been successfully piloted through the joint efforts of the World Health Organization, Doctors Without Borders and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, among others. The vaccine, an injection known as rVSV-ZEBOV, was originally developed by Merck Sharp and Dohme of New Jersey.

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Pharmaceutical manufacturing is costly in ways that extend beyond traditional monetary expense. Synthesizing drugs often requires the use of toxic chemicals and large amounts of energy that are drawn from burning fossil fuels. This means that creating beneficial drugs for humans may have an adverse effect on the planet as a whole. In an attempt to simplify and clean up this process, researchers at Eindhoven University in the Netherlands have created a possible solution based on one of nature’s best clean energy producers: the leaves of plants.

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