Unilife Corporation developed, manufactured and supplied proprietary injectable drug delivery systems. Unilife's focus was on developing single-use safety syringes and wearable injector platforms for the delivery of biologics. The company ceased operations in 2017.
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The Institute of Applied Health Sciences is a research institute at the University of Aberdeen. The IAHS conducts population-based research into the need for, access to, evaluation of, and delivery of healthcare and collaborates with other universities, research institutes and agencies internationally.
The University of Groningen is a public research university in the Netherlands. The Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmacy performs research in the field of dosage forms, their production and their interaction with the living organism, including dry powder inhalation.
The Université Libre de Bruxelles is a french-speaking private research university in Belgium. ULB has interests in drug delivery in its Faculty of Pharmacy, as well as in its Faculty of Engineering's Bio-, Electro- And Mechanical Systems (BEAMS) department.
The University of Liège is a major public university in Belgium. The university's interest in drug delivery includes The Center for Interdisciplinary research on Medicines, which is a multidisciplinary research centre that teams up twelve laboratories from three different faculties.
The University of Parma is a state university in Italy. The University has interests in drug delivery in its Department of Food and Drug's research lines in pharmaceutical technology covering a range of delivery routes, including inhalation powders and transdermal delivery.
The University of Tours, formally University François Rabelais, has drug delivery interests in The Research Centre for Respiratory Pathologies (French acronym“CEPR”). This multidisciplinary academic laboratory is located on the campus of the Faculty of Medicine and the university hospital Bretonneau.
Unither Pharmaceuticals is a global development and contract manufacturing organisation specialising in single-unit doses. The company's technology offering includes blow-fill-seal, liquid stick-packs, powder stick-packs, tablets, pharmaceutical bottles, suppositories and pessaries.
USAMRIID is the US Department of Defense's lead laboratory for medical and biological defence R&D. USAMRIID develops medical solutions, including vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, and information, to protect US military service members and respond to public health threats.