Green Chemistry in Pharmaceutical Applications

In the past decade, many large pharmaceutical companies have moved to using green-chemistry practices for drug discovery, development and manufacturing. This shift is being driven by the realization that processes that are cheaper and environmentally superior deliver a competitive advantage. This focuses on the 'triple bottom line' — profit, people and planet — and the 12 principles of green chemistry, which include minimizing ingredients, waste, toxicity and energy. Each of these principles can be applied to a sector or product. For instance, a detergent's formula might be redesigned so that it degrades without accumulating, persisting or releasing toxic chemicals into the environment.

  • Solvent utilization strategies
  • Green-chemistry principles to drive sustainability
  • Case studies of green processes in pharmaceutical development
  • Future trends for green chemisty in pharma industy

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