A Regulatory Strategy For Innovative Drug Device Combination

In the realm of drug and device regulations, having a partner to navigate the complexities can significantly alter a company’s trajectory. 

Biointelect collaborated with an early-stage Australian manufacturing firm, crafting a preliminary regulatory strategy for their innovative drug device combination, ensuring they’re not just compliant but also competitive.

At the crossroads of innovation and regulation, the firm sought a strategic compass which they found in Biointelect. This partnership ensured the firm was not only set on a path of compliance but also primed for success in the competitive drug-device landscape.

Streamlining Quality & Safety: Development in QMS and Pharmacovigilance

In the rapidly evolving world of biotech, adhering to global quality and safety standards is paramount. 

A US-based biotech company faced this exact challenge, requiring a Quality Management System (QMS) and Pharmacovigilance (PV) system that would stand up to the exacting standards of major regulatory authorities. 

Biointelect collaborated with the client to ensure compliance without compromising efficiency. It was this alignment of expertise and insight that propelled the company to a new level of global operational readiness and compliance.

Advancing Viral Vector Manufacturing: The NSW VVMF Initiative

Introduction As the world delves deeper into the complexities of biotechnology, the need for innovative facilities that can accelerate this progression is paramount.  In the heart of this evolution, the NSW Viral Vector Manufacturing Facility stands as a testament to what collaboration and state-of-the-art infrastructure can achieve.  Biointelect, as a trusted partner in biotechnological advancements, […]

Innovating the RNA Landscape: A Case Study Of The NSW RNA Pilot Manufacturing Facility

In an era of rapid advancements in medical technology, the journey to propel RNA therapeutics to the forefront of healthcare solutions is a testament to collaborative innovation. 

The NSW Government and the NSW RNA Bioscience Alliance have committed AU$ 96 million to build the RNA pilot facility and an additional AU$ 119 million for operating costs until 2035.

The new facility will conduct small-scale production of messenger RNA (mRNA), synthetic RNA (sRNA) and lipid nanoparticles (LNP) encapsulation at a scale which will enable clinical trials of new therapeutics. 

Viruses, cancers, genetic diseases and many other health-related issues are potentially treatable with RNA technologies.