Using the Multiple Attribute Method for Process Development and Quality Control

☞ | View the full content of this post. Exclusively available to ASQ Members. By Agnes Shanley More manufacturers are embracing MAM, which simplifies biopharmaceutical product quality testing, and facilitates the measurement and monitoring of critical quality attributes. Complex biopharmaceuticals such as monoclonal antibodies can be extremely sensitive, and subject to alterations due to post-translational …

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7,000 Pounds of Panera Bread at Home Chicken Tortilla Soup Recalled Over Plastic Contamination

☞ | View the full content of this post. Exclusively available to ASQ Members. By Shelby Lin Erdman Texas-based Blount Fine Foods is recalling thousands of pounds of chicken tortilla soup sold under the Panera Bread at Home food label due to plastic contamination. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the company is recalling almost …

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Domino’s Rolls Out Pizza Scanning Technology to Assess Pizza Quality

☞ | View the full content of this post. Exclusively available to ASQ Members. Domino’s is bringing in some tech to challenge the age-old customer complaint that the ads always look better than the actual meal. The Pizza chain has equipped its New Zealand and Australian stores with technology that scans and assess the quality …

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Honda Recalls 137,000 New SUVs After Three People Were Injured by Sudden Airbag Explosions in the U.S.

☞ | View the full content of this post. Exclusively available to ASQ Members. By Keith Griffith Honda Motor Co. said on Wednesday it is recalling 137,000 new sport utility vehicles following reports of three injuries tied to sudden air bag deployments in the United States. The Japanese-based automaker said it is recalling the 2019 …

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A SpaceX Contractor Risked Disaster by Forging Safety Inspectors’ Signatures for Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy Rocket Parts, U.S. Prosecutors Say

☞ | View the full content of this post. Exclusively available to ASQ Members. By Alexandra Ma A SpaceX contractor forged signatures on inspection reports for Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rocket parts, potentially endangering the missions, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) alleged on Wednesday. Officials arrested James Smalley, a quality assurance engineer, on …

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Tata Consultancy Services Says 3-D Printing Disruption in Manufacturing Will Soon Be Realized

☞ | View the full content of this post. Exclusively available to ASQ Members. This week’s RAPID+TCT additive manufacturing show in Detroit promises to demonstrate the latest and greatest in how 3-D printing is poised to surge into full-scale manufacturing and challenge legacy technologies. But that’s not news to some folks. 3-D printing in manufacturing …

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Why Blockchain and Remanufacturing Are a Perfect Match

☞ | View the full content of this post. Exclusively available to ASQ Members. By Tatsiana Levdikova In its purest form, remanufacturing is taking previously used products or their previously used parts, putting them all back together again. You then reselling them—generally at a cheaper price. Remanufacturing is common for such products as medical devices, …

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