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Dr Johnathan Loughrey talks crystal structure determination at SFS

By |January 21st, 2016|Company|0 Comments

Dave Pearson Joins SFS

Solid Form Solutions Ltd are pleased to announce the appointment of Dave Pearson as Head of Screening Services. Dave has spent the last six years at another CRO which is now part of Charles River Labs. Whilst at this CRO, Dave built the solid state group both in personnel, technology and capability to deliver on both integrated research projects for a variety of top tier biotech as well as a variety of standalone solid-state research projects for a variety […]

By |January 12th, 2016|Company|0 Comments

Meet the SFS team at InformEx, 2016, Stand 1433

Solid Form Solutions will be exhibiting at this years InformEx at the Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA. Hear the latest news on the SFS laboratory expansion program along with their investment in state-of-the-art instrumentation. Schedule your meeting with our highly experienced technical team and hear about how our integrated solid-state, crystallisation and analytical development programs have made early pharmaceutical development cheaper, quicker and less risky.

By |January 11th, 2016|Company|0 Comments

Festive Greetings

SFS would like to wish all their clients and staff Happy Holidays and a very prosperous 2016. SFS will be closed from Thursday 24th December to Monday 5th January 2016 (inclusive). We look forward to serving our clients in 2016 and continuing to provide a unique approach to solid-state API development.

By |December 23rd, 2015|Company|0 Comments

Daniel Brisard joins SFS

Solid Form Solutions Ltd is pleased to announce their first US based appointment, Daniel Brisard. Dan has joined SFS as Senior Business Development Director, USA. Over the past 10 years, Dan has successfully fulfilled a number of senior sales roles in the solid-state CRO arena, and is well known in the field. He also comes to SFS as their first US employee and will be permanently based in the […]

By |December 2nd, 2015|Company|0 Comments

Happy Thanksgiving!

Solid Form Solutions would like to take the opportunity to wish all their US clients a Happy Thanksgiving. We look forward to future collaborations with you.

By |November 26th, 2015|Company|0 Comments

Professor Christopher Viney Presents C-curves at AIChE

Solid Form Solutions Ltd is pleased to sponsor Professor Christopher Viney from the University of California Merced at this year’s AIChE in Salt Lake City. Professor Viney will present “Depiction and Prediction of Practical Pathways for Crystallization” on Thursday 12th November, Session 707 (Track: Solid Form Selection: CoCrystals, Salts, Solvates, Polymorphs and Beyond). This topic is of particular interest to SFS CEO Dr Stephen Watt who says “In the field […]

By |November 9th, 2015|Company|0 Comments

SFS at AAPS Stand 446

Solid Form Solutions will be exhibiting at this year’s AAPS (Oct. 25 -27th) in Orlando, Florida. Our Stand number is 446 and we would be glad to meet anyone with an interest in solid form science.

By |October 20th, 2015|Company|0 Comments

SFS at CPhI – Stand 5F81

Solid Form Solutions are exhibiting at this year’s CPhI in Madrid, Spain. Come along and visit us at Stand 5F81 in Hall 5.

By |October 13th, 2015|Company|0 Comments

Expansion at SFS

SFS has announced plans to initiate a major investment program that will see laboratory space within its 7,500 sqft Edinburgh Technopole facility increase by 30 %. Head count will also increase to over 40 people. This expansion builds on the company‚Äôs investment in its crystallization development services which has seen the introduction of more on-line technology and engineering expertise, which has already made a significant impact in the speed in which crystallizations can now be developed, optimized and scaled-up. […]

By |September 21st, 2015|Company|0 Comments
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