Thursday 3rd March 2016, Oxford
A huge thank you to staff at Cherwell Laboratories who have donated food for Bicester Foodbank.
Bicester Foodbank is part of a nationwide network of foodbanks that provide emergency food for local people. They rely on food donations to help feed people in crisis.
- Microbiology Product Specialist Appointed
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Welcome to our December 2015 eNewsletter - providing you with the latest cleanroom microbiology solutions news and updates from Cherwell Laboratories. Any additional information you require is simply a click away.
Bicester, UK, 4th December 2015: Cherwell Laboratories, specialists in cleanroom microbiology solutions for the pharmaceutical and related industries, has once again supported Pharmig’s Annual Conference. This conference allowed individuals within pharmaceutical, healthcare and NHS Industries, to keep up to date with current topics and developments in microbiology.
Bicester, UK, 3rd December 2015: Cherwell Laboratories, specialists in cleanroom microbiology solutions for the pharmaceutical and related industries, are pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Ramage as Microbiology Product Specialist. As an industrial microbiologist, Andrew’s appointment demonstrates Cherwell’s ongoing commitment to providing customers with excellent customer service and the highest...
The annual Pharmig conference took place at the Nottingham on the 25th and 26th November 2016. For those who haven’t been to this event it is a mix of presentations by leading industry figures and open discussion sessions covering the latest “hot topics” where delegates can share experiences and discuss the latest regulatory information. There were also a large number of trade stands selling everything the...
CLA Cherry, H Millward, R Cooper, J Landon reference the use of SAS microbial air samplers in their paper ‘A novel approach to sterile pharmaceutical freeze-drying’ published in Pharmaceutical Development and Technology.
MJ Bromley, G van Muijlwijk, MG Fraczek reference the use of the hand held microbial air samplers in their paper ‘Occurrence of azole-resistant species of Aspergillus in the UK environment’ published in volume 2, issue 4 of the Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance.
Alshareef and Robson reference the SAS Duo 360 in their paper ‘Prevalence, persistence, and phenotypic variation of Aspergillus fumigatus in the outdoor environment in Manchester, UK, over a 2-year period’ published in Medical Mycology. They used the hand held microbial air sampler to determine the total airborne fungal count at monthly intervals over a two year period.