Data Beyond Temperature: Digital Integration of the Suply Chain Boosts Support of Advanced Therapy Products
Kevin O’Donnell discusses the partnership between Georgia Research Alliance, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to form the Cell Manufacturing Consortium (CMC). Within the scope of this partnership is to overcome storage and transporation challenges of the regenerative medicine industry (Supply Chain Robustness and management)
It is the supply chain robustness and management category that has the greatest potential to change due to advanced technologies and next generation data sensors.
Source: BioLife Solutions