McDAY, a PDE member company specializing in technical PR and marketing for life sciences and the chemical industry, recently attended PepTalk, Protein Science Week in San Diego to help launch a new chromatography column for Gore’s PharmBIO division. Gore is the same company that keeps us warm and dry w/ GoreTex(R), and their PharmBio division [ Click Title for Full Article ]
Nearly a Sweep…
Not the World Series. That came down to the last second of a seventh game.
But, our client, iBio? We gave them a no-hitter and a sweep this month.
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing featured iBio’s CMO facility and story on their cover for October.
And BioPharm International published a 2500 word e-book on plant-made [ Click Title for Full Article ]
November 10, 2016 – McDAY’s president, Susan Stipa, has been elected to The PDE: Philadelphia Trade Association’s Board of Directors.
“I am happy to be able to join some of the leading professionals in the Philadelphia region’s pharmaceutical industry, and appreciate the tradition of an organization that is the oldest pharma trade association in the [ Click Title for Full Article ]
We are thrilled to announce that our client, iBio, a leading provider of plant-based biotechnology for developing and manufacturing biological products, was successful in its application of its proprietary technologies and achieved the first milestone in its commercial development agreement with AzarGen Biotechnologies of South Africa.
“We focus on addressing the consequences of preterm birth with a [ Click Title for Full Article ]
August 10, 2016, Philadelphia, PA. – Susan Stipa, president of McDAY, announced that the company has become a member of PDA. The Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) is the leading global facilitator of science, technology, and regulatory information. The PDA creates awareness and understanding of important issues facing the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical community and delivers education [ Click Title for Full Article ]
I was visiting one of my favorite little-known museums, the Chemical Heritage Museum, located in the historic district of Philadelphia a few months ago. I found myself reading and then re-reading a small exhibit description, struck by the following statement:
The MYSTERIOUS PHENOMENON of electricity fascinated 18th century natural philosophers (whom we might now [ Click Title for Full Article ]
Been wondering why your colleagues are being asked to speak at so many industry events? What about your old engineering classmate who is appearing in all the pharmaceutical technical publications you read?
You never even knew he could write!
His clients are really noticing. He is making a personal name for himself as a Subject Matter Expert, and [ Click Title for Full Article ]
October 8, 2015, Castlebar, County Mayo: Susan Stipa, president of McDAY, will be hosting a lunchtime Q&A sesssion for inc60, at the Innovation Business Centre in Castlebar, County Mayo this Friday, October 9, 2015. Called “First Steps for Doing Business in the US,” participating companies will receive expert guidance and learn how to navigate the [ Click Title for Full Article ]
September 22, 2015, Philadelphia, PA: The Irish American Business Chamber Network is announcing a breakfast panel discussion on October 7th, at the Union League in Philadelphia. Sign up is at http://tinyurl.com/pxmjutc
This distinctive symposium provides local pharmaceutical and biotechnology innovators direct access to industry leaders with experience in preparing companies for the scientific, logistical, manufacturing [ Click Title for Full Article ]
July 23, 2015 – The IVT Statistics in Validation conference was held June 23rd and 24th at the DoubleTree Hilton in Philadelphia, PA, sponsored by a McDAY client, Kneat Validation Lifecycle Software. Regulators worldwide are accelerating the use of statistical principles and increasing their expectations of industry to implement and use data efficiently within the [ Click Title for Full Article ]
Engineers and scientists are certainly considered some of the smartest individuals around. Even in engineering school there were hierarchies – electrical engineering and biochemical or chemical are considered the toughest disciplines, with mechanical and computer and civil engineering considered more tolerable amid an extremely challenging 4-5 years of schoolwork.
I am going to make a [ Click Title for Full Article ]