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12 June 2018

Siemens, PSE to collaborate on model-based solutions


  • Strategic collaboration of Siemens and PSE extends integrated digitalization portfolio for process industries
  • Close linkage of Comos, Simatic PCS 7 and Simit with PSE’s gPROMS Advanced Process Modelling technology
  • Integrated use of Advanced Process Modelling along plant lifecycle
  • Model-based solutions are essential complements of the Siemens portfolio

Siemens AG and Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), the Advanced Process Modelling (APM) company, today announced at Achema that they have signed a long-term collaboration agreement to bring the power of PSE’s gPROMS APM technology to Siemens automation and digitalization offerings for the process industries. Under the agreement, the companies are bringing to market a new set of solutions for long-term equipment and health monitoring, soft-sensing, prediction of future process performance, real-time optimisation, and operator training incorporating high-fidelity models. The solutions are all based on the combination of process models that embody deep process knowledge with real-time as well as historical plant data.

Typical customer benefits of such applications include better operations through enhanced, up-to-the-minute decision support information; improved maintenance scheduling through run length prediction; improved economics from real-time optimisation; and improved asset integrity from better health monitoring. The technologies are capable of driving next-level productivity enhancements to operations in the Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Oil & Gas, Refining, Pharmaceutical, Food & Beverage and Water industries. Future developments will see similar model-based approaches integrated over the whole lifecycle of a process plant. At Achema, Siemens and PSE are demonstrating digital process twin technology for an ethylene plant, implemented using PSE’s gPROMS Olefins Operational Excellence tools. Industrial application of such techniques on a large-scale ethylene plant has demonstrated a two percent improvement in yield. Also demonstrated are a soft sensing application and model predictive control for a continuous wet granulation tablet manufacturing in pharma.

Eckard Eberle, CEO of the Process Automation Business Unit (PD PA) and Director in charge of the Siemens booth at the Achema, says: “Siemens has already made Integrated Engineering a reality; by collaborating with PSE, we are taking a further step into model-based operations with two very complementary sets of technologies. This is digitalization at its best.” Costas Pantelides, MD of PSE, says: “The combination of high-fidelity predictive models and real-time data is enormously powerful. This is a time of extraordinary opportunities for the process industries, made possible by the culmination of many years of development in advanced modelling and in the enabling computer science and mathematics”. Pantelides concludes: “There is an increasingly compelling case for capturing deep process knowledge in the form of predictive models, which can come naturally from R&D and engineering design activities, then using these within a digitalization framework to generate value at every step.”

This press release is available at
www.siemens.com/press/PR2018060207PDEN

For further information on Siemens at Achema 2018, please see
www.siemens.com/achema and www.siemens.com/press/achema2018

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Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality for 170 years. The company is active around the globe, focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization. One of the world’s largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies, Siemens is a leading supplier of efficient power generation and power transmission solutions and a pioneer in infrastructure solutions as well as automation, drive and software solutions for industry. With its publicly listed subsidiary Siemens Healthineers AG, the company is also a leading provider of medical imaging equipment – such as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging systems – and a leader in laboratory diagnostics as well as clinical IT. In fiscal 2017, which ended on September 30, 2017, Siemens generated revenue of €83.0 billion and net income of €6.2 billion. At the end of September 2017, the company had around 377,000 employees worldwide. Further information is available on the Internet at www.siemens.com.

Process Systems Enterprise Ltd (PSE)
PSE (www.psenterprise.com) is the world’s foremost provider of Advanced Process Modelling (APM) software and services to the process industries. Companies apply advanced process models to explore the process decision space rapidly and effectively, in order to reduce uncertainty and make better, faster and safer formulation, process and product design and operating decisions. PSE is committed, through its gPROMS APM products, to defining, developing and driving the adoption of next-generation process modelling software and workflows capable of supporting industry digitalization strategies. The unique advantages of PSE tools are the combination of high-fidelity models, powerful mathematical optimisation and global system analysis capabilities, and high-performance computing (HPC) capabilities for rapid and robust solution of complex problems. Use of PSE’s technology and services results in faster innovation, improved process and product designs, enhanced operations, reduced risk, more effective R&D and experimental campaigns and better capture and transfer of corporate knowledge across the organisation. PSE’s own ability to innovate was recognised with the award of the prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award for Engineering Innovation, the UK’s highest engineering prize.

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20 June 2018

gPROMS ProcessBuilder 1.3 Update


Platform improvements and new and extended model libraries

We are pleased to announce the release of gPROMS ProcessBuilder 1.3.0, which can now be downloaded from the customer area [login required].

ProcessBuilder 1.3.0 benefits from new features in the gPROMS platform as well as from new and upgraded model libraries. A summary is provided below, with more details available in the release notes within the software.

gPROMS ProcessBuilder 1.3 Update

The new and upgraded model libraries are listed below:

  • gML Process – models of standard process units
  • gML Oilfield – modelling and optimisation of upstream oil and gas assets.
  • gML Power – modelling of power plants
  • gML Water – modelling of waste-water treatment plants.
  • gML Olefins – modelling of steam cracking furnaces for olefins production.

For more information, visit the gPROMS ProcessBuilder 1.3 product update page here.

 

20 April 2018

APM Forum 2018 focus on digitalisation for the process industries

Key role of deep process knowledge in digital design and digital operations

LONDON, 20 April 2018 --- At the 2018 Advanced Process Modelling (APM) Forum this week, process industry organisations presented on digital design and operations applications ranging from accelerating development of the next generation of pharmaceuticals to realising millions of dollars per year in increased profit for large process plants.

Introducing the conference, Prof. Costas Pantelides, MD of conference host Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), described the current wave of digitalisation as the culmination of many years of advanced modelling and IT development. “This is a time of extraordinary opportunities for the process industries” he said.

Keynote speaker Mathias Oppelt of Siemens described how high-fidelity process models containing deep process knowledge bring a new level of power to digitalisation initiatives being delivered by automation companies. Siemens later demonstrated digital twin technology for an ethylene plant, implemented using PSE’s gPROMS Olefins software. SABIC showed how new online technologies improved yield by 2% at a large petrochemicals plant, representing tens of millions of dollars per year, and BASF described how digital technologies that combine data and models are enabling an enhanced innovation approach with strong focus on customers and markets.

Keynote speaker Suracha Udomsak, R&D director at SCG Chemicals, said “APM is a key element of our Digital Manufacturing platform. It accelerates innovation by making the development workflow faster, cheaper and safer”.

On the Formulated Products side, keynote speaker Ben Weinstein of Procter & Gamble described how a strategic decision many years ago to back a digital design approach has accelerated innovation across P&G.

Pharma keynote Neil Hodnett of GSK showed how system modelling is applied to accelerate development and transfer of robust manufacturing processes, particularly in the move to continuous processing, through the use of virtual DoEs for in-silico QbD.

Roche, Pfizer, Ferring, Novartis, Sandoz, UCB, Syngenta, Danone and FrieslandCampina described benefits of applying advanced mechanistic modelling to improve drug product manufacture, increase R&D efficiency and reduce risk in scale-up and tech transfer.

Pantelides adds “a common theme is that it is now possible to easily capture deep process knowledge in the form of predictive models, then use these within a digitalisation framework to generate value at every step”.

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Contact
Kate Burness +44-20-8563-0888, k.burness@psenterprise.com
Editors: www.psenterprise.com/news/pr180420

 

18 January 2018

PSE to Provide Advanced Process Modeling Software to ExxonMobil

Leading Refining, Energy and Petrochemical company to implement PSE’s gPROMS software globally

LONDON, 18 January 2018 --- Process Systems Enterprise Inc. (PSE), the Advanced Process Modeling (APM) company, today announced it signed a corporate agreement making its industry leading gPROMS equation-oriented modeling technology accessible throughout ExxonMobil. The agreement also provides for co-development of advanced automation and control applications as part of PSE’s gPROMS Operational Excellence Solutions.

The new agreement complements ExxonMobil's long-standing relationship with PSE for detailed engineering design and simulation tools as well as expert consulting services.

"We are delighted that ExxonMobil has chosen PSE to provide it with APM software and solutions," said Costas Pantelides, PSE CEO. "Having been selected as a technology partner for innovative automation solutions, we look forward to helping the company realize maximum benefits from our technology."

PSE’s gPROMS is a unified equation-oriented process modeling environment for applications across the plant, from complex catalytic reaction and separation to wastewater treatment and utilities. It has industry-leading mathematical optimization and global system analysis capabilities, that, coupled with high-fidelity process models, enable companies to accelerate innovation, optimize process design and operation and systematically manage technology risk. gPROMS Operational Excellence Solutions leverage investment in high-fidelity process models by deploying these within advanced online applications for monitoring and optimization of process plants

Contact
Kate Burness +44-20-8563-0888, k.burness@psenterprise.com
Editors: www.psenterprise.com/news/pr180118

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15 January 2018

PSE releases major gPROMS FormulatedProducts update


Extensive new reaction, model validation capabilities

LONDON, 15 January 2018 --- Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), the Advanced Process Modelling company, today released version 1.1 of its new gPROMS FormulatedProducts modelling platform for the integrated digital design of robust formulated products and their manufacturing processes.

Developed in close collaboration with leading pharmaceutical, agrochemical, consumer products and food organisations, gPROMS FormulatedProducts deploys a mechanistic modelling approach to enable scientists and engineers to screen formulations with complex phase structures for quality attributes, determine whether they can be manufactured robustly, and comprehensively explore the design space for the whole formulation and manufacturing chain.

Sean Bermingham, head of PSE Formulated Products says, “We are moving ahead rapidly with new developments under the guidance of PSE’s Formulated Products Advisory Board as well as the input from the Systems-based Pharmaceutics Alliance and our industrial and academic partners in major R&D collaborations such as ADDoPT, REMEDIES, CMAC and RCPE.”

Version 1.1 adds significant new functionality to the original release with a wide range of enhanced new reactor and filtration libraries for active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufacture. The release also added libraries for fluid bed granulation, drum coating of tablets and several sensors. All-new model validation workflows streamline the capabilities for parameter estimation, allowing quicker and better comparison of model predictions and experimental data, both for experiments used to estimate mechanistic model parameters and for additional experiments.

“Through Advisory Board guidance and PSE’s development expertise, gPROMS FormulatedProducts uniquely meets the needs of the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, consumer products and food organisations when it comes to accelerating innovation, improving product and manufacturing process robustness, and reducing time-to-market,” says Bermingham.

Built on PSE’s state-of-the art gPROMS® modelling platform, gPROMS FormulatedProducts helps pharmaceutical companies optimise the formulation and manufacture of drug substances and drug products using mechanistic models of material, unit operations, as well as detailed analysis of in-vivo drug product performance. It also provides state-of-the-art capabilities to the agrochemical, consumer products and food industries to enable model-based design and optimisation of individual process operations such as reaction, crystallization, wet and dry milling, spray drying, wet and dry granulation, blending and tabletting, as well as product performance.

Contact
Kristen Hunter +44-20-8563-0888, k.hunter@psenterprise.com
Editors: www.psenterprise.com/news/pr180115

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26 October 2017

PSE awards €5000 Model-Based Innovation prizes at AIChE


Loughborough-Purdue team wins for novel periodic flow crystallization research

LONDON, 26 October 2017 --- Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), the Advanced Process Modelling company, today announced the winners of the prestigious PSE Model-Based Innovation (MBI) Prize for 2017.

PSE, providers of the world-leading gPROMS process modelling platform, awards an annual €3000 winner’s prize and two runners-up prizes of €1000 each for the most innovative use of advanced process modelling techniques in support of published research. The prizes will be awarded at a reception on Tuesday 31 October at the AIChE Annual Meeting in Minneapolis.

The winners of the main prize are Qinglin Su*, Chris D. Rielly and Keddon A. Powell of Loughborough University, and Zoltan K. Nagy of Purdue University for their paper Mathematical Modelling and Experimental Validation of a Novel Periodic Flow Crystallization Using MSMPR Crystallizers, published in AIChE Journal.

The judges summarised the research presented in the paper as “an excellent piece of work demonstrating an integrated gPROMS-based framework for the dynamic modelling, simulation and estimation, of conventional continuous mixed-suspension mixed-product removal (MSMPR) crystallization processes operating under a periodic flow mode”.

Runners up were Daeho Ko of GS Engineering & Construction, Korea, for their paper Optimization of Vacuum Pressure Swing Adsorption Processes To Sequester Carbon Dioxide from Coalbed Methane, and Chen Chen*, Lu Han and George M. Bollas of University of Connecticut for their paper Dynamic Simulation of Fixed-Bed Chemical-Looping Combustion Reactors Integrated in Combined Cycle Power Plants. Full details can be found on the PSE website.

The prize is judged by team of leading academics in the field of process systems engineering, Prof. Stratos Pistikopoulos (chair) of Texas A&M Energy Institute, Associate Prof. Michael Georgiadis of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and Prof. Eva Sorensen of University College London.

gPROMS is widely used throughout the chemicals, energy, petrochemical, food and pharmaceuticals sectors, including in some 200 academic organisations. Mark Matzopoulos, PSE deputy MD, says “We work closely with academic communities around the world to foster innovation, through our academic programme, the MBI Prize, our Partnerships for Advanced Process Modelling and the PSE Academic Teaching Highway (PATH). We congratulate our winners on the quality of their work.”

For editors
Contact: Kate Burness, +44-20-8563-0888, k.burness@psenterprise.com
‘About’: www.psenterprise.com/news/pr171026

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12 October 2017

New How-to videos available for gPROMS users


We are please to announce the launch of an all-new PSE How-to Videos section in the MyPSE area of the website. How-to Videos are two to three minute videos that answer frequently asked questions, explain important features, and reveal lesser known tips and tricks for getting the most out of the time you invest in process modelling.

Our application engineering team produced these videos based on our experience teaching gPROMS® training courses and on feedback from users. Every video begins with a short description of its content, followed by step-by-step instructions on how to complete a specific task. The use of software screen recordings ensures that what you see in the video matches what you encounter on your desktop.

We have included many other features like multi-language captions and topic filtering, but the best way to learn about the section is to watch our two minute How to use How-to Videos presentation linked below.

The section currently has 50+ videos, and there are more on the way. If you have any requests, we’d love to hear from you.

 

13 July 2017

Gold standard for Process Systems Enterprise


[IChemE press release 13 July 2017]

Process Systems Enterprise (PSE) is the first process engineering software company to become an Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Gold Corporate Partner. They were presented with the award for inspiring and developing the next generation of chemical engineers through a range of activities.

The company, which started life as a spin-out from Imperial College London’s Centre for Process Systems Engineering, is a dedicated supporter of IChemE’s whynotchemeng programme, which aims to promote the diverse range of careers in chemical, biochemical and process engineering to school students aged 14-18.

Through a partnership with the Access Project and King Solomon Academy London, 18 employees at PSE’s London headquarters are tutoring GCSE and A level students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects. This has helped students discover career opportunities in engineering and supported their preparations for further education, such as university applications and interviews, as well as familiarised them with a business environment.

PSE also hosts up to 15 interns from European and Korean universities each year, typically on six-month work placements. The placement provides students with an industrially-relevant Masters project involving a complex process modelling application.

The award of Gold Corporate Partnership also recognises the innovative PSE Academic Teaching Highway (PATH) scheme, which provides undergraduate chemical engineering degree programmes with specially-tailored teaching modules on process modelling. PSE’s gPROMS advanced process modelling software is used in over 200 universities for teaching and research.

IChemE’s Immediate Past President Jonathan Seville presented PSE’s Gold Corporate Partner status on Wednesday 12 July to MD Costas Pantelides at the PSE offices in West London.

Jonathan Seville said:

“PSE is a real success story. Starting life as an Imperial College spin-out, it is now the world’s leading provider of advanced process modelling technology with over 150 employees around the world. The company’s success is a great example of the strong industrial impact of academic research in UK chemical engineering departments.

“The company takes its responsibility towards the profession very seriously, encouraging its own employees in their advancement and promoting the subject to future engineers from school age right through to graduation and beyond.

“I’m delighted to present them with IChemE’s Gold Corporate Partner Award. It’s clear that everyone at PSE has a passion to encourage and inspire future generations and to advance the profession for the benefit of society.”

Costas Pantelides, PSE Managing Director, said:

“Because our focus as a company is on next-generation technology and workflows for the chemical process industries, it has always been important for us to help develop the next generation of engineers who will be able to take full advantage of these innovative approaches. We are delighted to have our efforts over the years recognised with the award of Gold Corporate Partner status.”

Following the upgrade to Gold, PSE is now looking to collaborate with other IChemE Corporate Partner companies on secondment agreements that will give their young chemical engineers first-hand experience of the application of advanced process modelling within industry. 

Related links

IChemE Corporate Partnership Scheme

Process Systems Enterprise Ltd

Chemical engineering research makes an impact in Parliament

Chemical Engineering Matters for a Modern World booklet

Notes to media

For more information please contact:

Rachael Fraser, PR and Communications Executive, IChemE
t: +44 (0) 1788 534435
e: rfraser@icheme.org

What is chemical engineering?

Chemical, biochemical and process engineering is the application of science, maths and economics in the process of turning raw materials into everyday, and more specialist, products. Professional chemical engineers design, construct and manage process operations all over the world. Oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, food and drink, synthetic fibres and clean drinking water are just some of the products where chemical engineering plays a central role.

IChemE: www.icheme.org

With a membership exceeding 44,000 members in over 120 countries, and offices in the Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and the UK; IChemE aims to be the organisation of choice for chemical engineers. It promotes competence and a commitment to best practice, advances the discipline for the benefit of society and supports the professional development of its members. IChemE is the only organisation to award Chartered Chemical Engineer and Professional Process Safety Engineer status.

About Process Systems Enterprise Ltd (PSE; www.psenterprise.com)

PSE (www.psenterprise.com) is the world’s foremost provider of Advanced Process Modelling software, services and solutions to the process industries. Companies apply advanced process models to explore the process decision space rapidly and effectively, in order to reduce uncertainty and make better, faster and safer design and operating decisions.

PSE provides gPROMS advanced process modelling products built on the gPROMS® equation-oriented platform. The two core products are the gPROMS ProcessBuilder® flowsheeting environment for fluid processes and the gPROMS FormulatedProducts® environment for integrated design and optimisation of formulated products and their manufacturing processes. The company also provides a number of gPROMS Process Operations Solutions for operational monitoring, optimisation and planning based on high-fidelity models.

Use of PSE’s technology and services results in faster innovation, improved process and product designs, enhanced operations, reduced risk, more effective R&D and experimental campaigns and better capture and transfer of corporate knowledge across the organisation. Results are achieved with relatively low investment compared to alternative approaches, with rapid returns on investment.

PSE’s global customer base of Fortune 500 process industry companies is served by operations in the UK, USA, Japan and Korea, and agencies in China, Taiwan and Thailand. PSE is a spin-out of Imperial College London, and its software is used in over 200 universities around the world.

PSE is committed to defining, developing and driving the adoption of next-generation process modelling software and workflows. PSE’s own ability to innovate was recognised with the award of the prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award for Engineering Innovation, the UK’s highest engineering prize.

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28 June 2017

PSE releases significant gPROMS ProcessBuilder update


Unified modelling environment for high-value process design and operational applications

LONDON, 28 June 2017 --- Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), the Advanced Process Modelling company, today released a significant update to gPROMS ProcessBuilder, its leading advanced process modelling platform for optimising design and operation of process plants.

gPROMS ProcessBuilder is a unified equation-oriented process modelling environment for applications across the plant, from complex catalytic reaction and separation to wastewater treatment and utilities. The new version 1.2 updates ProcessBuilder’s steady-state and dynamic process modelling capabilities, and adds a new high-fidelity rate-based separation model library as well as new libraries for wastewater treatment plant design and design and operational analysis of site utilities systems. A new Olefins library enables detailed modelling and optimisation of ethylene plant cracking furnaces.

ProcessBuilder 1.2 also beings a step change in the ability to include detailed reactor models within process flowsheets for simultaneous design and economic optimisation of reactor and separation sections. PSE’s industry-leading Fixed-Bed Catalytic Reactor library has been significantly upgraded, and a new Trickle-Bed Reactor library now allows design of wetted-surface catalytic reactions such as benzene hydrogenation, hydrotreating and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis.

Built on PSE’s state-of-the art gPROMS® 5.0 modelling platform, ProcessBuilder 1.2 also includes powerful new features such as global system analysis (GSA) and high-performance computing (HPC). GSA enables easy, systematic exploration of the complex process decision space using high-fidelity models, making it possible to rapidly assess risks under uncertainty and screen and rank process design and operation alternatives.

HPC brings new power for computationally-intensive calculations, allowing users fully to exploit multi-processor/multi-core machines in order to accelerate large-scale optimisation and GSA applications. A new dynamic solver accelerates execution of dynamic simulation, optimisation and parameter estimation activities by factors of up to 5.

Costas Pantelides, PSE CEO, says “Our mission is to put powerful tools in the hands of sophisticated users who want to move beyond the heat-and-material balance capabilities of traditional process simulators. A major thrust of current developments is the support of high-value applications capable of significantly improving process economics. Next generation large-scale optimisation and analysis techniques mean that it is now possible to revisit many processes that were considered already optimised, and generate substantial new value.”

Contact

Kate Burness +44-20-8563-0888, k.burness@psenterprise.com
Editors: www.psenterprise.com/news/pr170628

[Press Release]

 

16 June 2017

PSE releases gPROMS FormulatedProducts modelling platform


Integrated mechanistic modelling from formulation to product performance

LONDON, 16 June 2017 --- Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), the Advanced Process Modelling company, today launched its new gPROMS FormulatedProducts modelling platform for the integrated digital design of robust formulated products and their manufacturing processes.

Developed in close collaboration with leading pharmaceutical, agrochemical, consumer products and food organisations, gPROMS FormulatedProducts deploys a mechanistic modelling approach to enable scientists and engineers to screen formulations with complex phase structures for quality attributes, determine whether they can be manufactured robustly, and comprehensively explore the design space for the whole formulation and manufacturing chain.

In particular, the platform helps pharmaceutical companies optimise the formulation and manufacture of drug substances and drug products using mechanistic models of material, unit operations and product performance. This enables them to screen new formulations faster against quality attributes including in vivo performance and manufacturability. It also accelerates tech transfer whilst reducing risk and improving R&D efficiency, and facilitates better capture and transfer of corporate knowledge across the organisation.

Sean Bermingham, head of PSE Formulated Products says, “gPROMS FormulatedProducts uniquely meets the needs of the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, consumer products and food organisations when it comes to accelerating innovation, improving product and manufacturing process robustness, and reducing time-to-market.”

Built on PSE’s state-of-the art gPROMS® modelling platform, gPROMS FormulatedProducts includes extensive libraries of mechanistic models for operations such as reaction, crystallization, wet and dry milling, spray drying, wet and dry granulation, blending and tabletting. It also provides databases and calculation methods for physical properties, material properties, equipment and physiology.

Data from batch and continuous experiments can be used to calibrate the manufacture and product models. The gPROMS platform’s unique Global System Analysis capability can then be applied to perform a comprehensive assessment of the impact of input variability and model uncertainty on critical quality attributes (CQAs), allowing the screening and ranking of formulation and manufacturing process alternatives.

Bermingham adds “We have benefited enormously from the feedback we received from PSE’s Formulated Products Advisory Board as well as the input from the Systems-based Pharmaceutics Alliance and our industrial and academic partners in major R&D collaborations such as ADDoPT, C-SOPS, CMAC, D3P and REMEDIES. This has resulted in a tool based on state-of-the-art science that can address practical challenges”.

Contact

Kate Burness +44-20-8563-0888, k.burness@psenterprise.com
Editors: www.psenterprise.com/news/pr170609

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