In recent times, environmental, social, and governance criteria have been viewed as a priority across different sectors, and especially in the pharmaceutical and healthcare space. While a growing number of companies commit to reducing their carbon footprint, the global supply requirements rising from the Covid-19 pandemic has made that especially difficult.
The sector’s complex needs, which are served by a mix of suppliers, contractors and local manufacturers, represent an immense challenge in the industry's quest to decarbonise. In the next issue, we delve into efforts to minimise carbon emissions associated with manufacturing and distribution.
We also look at trends for the year ahead in drug development technologies. While AI and supercomputing have been buzzwords in the pharma lexicon for a few years, we explore how scientists are further honing concepts like quantum computing and gene writing to research new drugs. Plus, we find out how improvements in delivery technologies and big data analysis are driving innovations in the development of RNA therapeutics and vaccines in 2022 and beyond.
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