Kahle Automation designs, builds and implements automation systems for medical, pharmaceutical and healthcare device companies, including drug delivery device companies. Applications include needle assembly, syringe assembly, tubing assembly, glass syringe assembly, safety device assembly.
Kala Pharmaceuticals develops a pipeline of ocular products using its MPP technology which enhances penetration through the tear film mucus. Beyond ophthalmology, it has potential applications include women’s reproductive health, respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases.
Kallik is a global provider of labelling and artwork management solutions for regulated markets such as the pharmaceutical, medical devices, cosmetics and chemicals industries. Kallik was established in 2001 based on its flagship labelling content management and automated artwork generation platform.
Kedalion Therapeutics, a venture-backed, clinical-stage ophthalmic drug delivery company, is developing the AcuStream technology. The device's horizontal stream delivers topical ocular drugs precisely and accurately, aiming to reduce required dose by 80% compared with standard drops.
Key Tech designs and develops medical, industrial and consumer products using novel sensors, wireless, ultrasound, microfluidics, optics and robotics. Its experience within drug delivery includes with injection devices and connectivity. It has an interdisciplinary team of scientists, engineers and designers.
King's College London is one of the top 25 universities in the world. Its Drug Delivery Research Group undertakes R&D in pharmaceutical technology and applies scientific principles both in the formulation of medicines and in the development and use of predictive models of drug absorption.