Monthly Archives: June 2016

Canada’s Ranbaxy Ban Explained for Pharmaceutical Quality Control Students

Health Canada is consistently checking the quality of drugs and regulating whether or not they should make it to consumer shelves. With about 41% of Canadians aged 6-79 taking at…

How Digital Human Models Can Help Clinical Research College Grads Work More Effectively

In healthcare settings, computer generated simulations have the potential to allow researchers to create a ‘virtual laboratory’ to simulate how various diseases will unfold in a virtual human body while…

Food Safety Diploma News: Frozen Vegetables Spark Listeria Scare

Listeria is scary stuff, which is why it is incredibly important to learn food safety training before heading into a career in plant sanitation, quality assurance, product testing, or any…

Controversial “Reanima Project” Gets Go-Ahead: What Clinical Research College Students Need to Know

The ‘Reanima Project’ has some pretty lofty goals—like cheating death. This project, spearheaded by lifesciences firm Bioquark, has just received ethical approval in the United States and India to begin…

An Introduction to Intellectual Property for Students Enrolled in Drug Regulatory Affairs Courses

Intellectual property law is a set of laws that govern the use of human intellectual property—basically anything that is the creation of the human mind. For instance, inventions, designs, music,…