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Issue 27.4 is complete: Deadline for comments: 31 December 2015.
EDQM website has gotten a new look with a mobile-friendly design The EDQM has redesigned its website using Responsive Web Design techniques, which means the look of the EDQM website will...
At its 152nd session the European Pharmacopoeia Commission approved the publication of a new edition of the Technical Guide for the elaboration of monographs.
Download the list of content and the 8th edition’s cumulative index. This new supplement will be released in October 2015.
The Ph.Eur. Commission published its implementation strategy for the International Conference on Harmonization’s Q3D guideline for elemental impurities...
The Ph.Eur. Working Party on Non-biological complexes (NBC WP) is currently working on the elaboration of a new Ph. Eur. monograph.
The meeting of the Pharmacopoeial Discussion Group (PDG) [European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.), Japanese Pharmacopoeia (JP), and the United States Pharmacopeia (USP)] was hosted by the by JP in Tokyo, Japan, 30 June - 1 July, 2015.
New provisions for additional systems monitoring the consistency of production with a view to reducing animal testing have recently been incorporated in...
During its 152nd session, the Ph. Eur. Commission adopted a new general monograph on chemical precursors for radiopharmaceutical preparations.
151st Session of the Ph. Eur. Commission : Work Programme updated
The European Pharmacopoeia Commission held its 152nd session in Strasbourg on 16-17 June 2015.
The EDQM has just published its 2014 Annual Report. The report is an opportunity to review the different activities of the past year and reflect on what the EDQM accomplished and developed. In her foreword, EDQM Director, Dr Susanne Keitel, comments on the year’s events, achievements, and thanks all involved for their dedication, expertise and support.
After a thorough evaluation of the outcome of the project and a critical review of the resources utilised, the EDQM and the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) have jointly decided to conclude the Prospective Harmonisation Pilot project.
The International Conference on Harmonisation’s Q3D guideline on elemental impurities was signed-off and published on the ICH website on 16 December 2014
For the very first time, the European Pharmacopoeia Commission has adopted a monograph on a finished product...