Welcome to CrystecPharma
CrystecPharma applies the latest supercritical fluid technology to improve the performance of medicines. We provide crystal and particle engineering solutions to the pharmaceutical industry, contributing to human health by enabling new and more effective therapies.
Applications of our technology include enhancing the dissolution and bioavailability of drugs, optimising release profiles, as well as improving stability and processing characteristics.
Our solutions include the following:
- Crystal and particle engineering
- Stabilisation of therapeutic agents derived from biotechnology
- Polymorph screening
- Improved performance of poorly soluble drugs
- Inhaled therapy
- Taste masking
- Crystallisation seeds
- Residual solvent elimination
Crystec’s Chief Scientist, Professor Peter York, has been invited to speak at the Fourteenth Annual Garnet E. Peck Symposium at Purdue University, IN
Professor Peter York, Crystec’s Chief Scientist, looks forward to speaking at the 14th Annual Garnet E. Peck Symposium at Purdue University, in recognition of Professor Stephen R. Byrn. The symposium takes place from 28th - 29th March, 2017 and Peter York’s presentation will focus on sub-surface properties of solid dosage forms.
February 20 2017
CrystecPharma awarded prestigious Newton Fund grant to develop novel treatments for COPD in China
CrystecPharma have been awarded a prestigious grant from the Newton Fund to establish a platform for the treatment of COPD in China, in collaboration with: Dr Omar Usami, Imperial College, Brompton Hospital; Professor Jiwen Zhang, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica and pharmaceutical company Fudan Zhangjiang.
January 19 2017
Crystec’s Development Director, Dr Lyn Daintree, is to present during a University of Leeds short course: Crystallisation Science and Engineering
Dr Lyn Daintree, Crystec’s Development Director, will be speaking at the upcoming Crystallisation Science and Engineering short course, University of Leeds (16th-18th January 2017). The presentation will focus on ‘Supercritical Fluid Crystallisation - Designed Particles for Optimised Formulations'.
January 11 2017