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Leap Tech Launches their own Wiki

I was visiting Leap’s website and noticed that they now have their own wiki.According to Wikipedia, the most famous wiki…A wiki is a website that uses wiki software, allowing the easy creation and editing of any number of interlinked Web pages, using a simplified markup language or a WYSIWYG text editor, within the browser. Wikis […]

Spezify Dissolution Testing

Spezify challenges traditional web search Spezify is a new search service challenging the conventional way of finding information on the web. When searching with Spezify, a visual overview of a word or a subject appears. Pictures, texts, micro blogs, videos and music from a range of websites and search engines are presented side by side. […]

Big Pharma Loves Twitter

WhydotPharma asks Pharma and twitter – who is doing it and why? It appears that big Pharma has jumped onto the Twitter Bandwagon. The chart on the left is a small listing of proment Pharmaceutical companies and their twitter microblogs.  While many may scoff at 2000 followers, remember that each follower retweets (reposting what other […]

QLA’s Ultra-centered Dissolution Vessels

Quality Lab Accessories LLC is celebrating over 10 years of providing Pharmaceutical companies with an extensive range of accessories and consumables for most dissolution needs. They join the web 2.0 revolution by creating their own online informational sessions. In this week’s link, we point to their Ultra-centered Dissolution Vessel video. These vessels offer extremely precise […]

Erweka, Varian and Social Media

Here is a newly posted Youtube video from Erweka. With its RoboDis ERWEKA sets the bench-mark in the high-end of automated dissolution testing. The RoboDis includes two 8-station Dissolution Testers which are operated by an industrial 3-axis Robot… more.

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Distek, Sotax, Erweka and More Leap onto YouTube

YouTube ranks as the third most-trafficked site in the world. It may well become more important for your brand or company to be on YouTube than to be advertised on TV. Stephen Spencer of Marketing Profs agrees. Sit back and watch the genius of Blentec. A small blender company. Their sales have skyrocketed since starting […]

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