Pharmaceutical Engineering® is always looking for articles! Please refer to our Author Guidelines for information about article submissions and standards.
What Types of Articles Is Pharmaceutical Engineering® Looking For?
- Features: 1,500 - 4,000 words, approx. 5 graphics
Recent industry developments, strategic issues, technical developments, trends, or innovative solutions. These articles should stimulate debate, present new models or hypotheses, speculate on the meaning and interpretation of new data, or outline suggestions for future experiments.
- Technical article: 5,000 words, approx. 5 graphics
Define and demonstrate global best practices in engineering and design, product development, technology transfer, manufacturing process development and scale-up, commercial manufacturing, quality and compliance, and product life cycle management.
- Case study: 4,000 words, approx. 5 graphics
New approaches to industry problems. Describe the method, process, and technology; discuss any challenges encountered; and provide a balanced comparison of this approach vs. other more established methods.
- Research article: 5,000 words, approx. 5 graphics
Innovative methods and techniques covering any aspect of the pharmaceutical industry. Must emphasize scientific rigor and reproducible results, with conclusions supported by adequate evidence.
Original Content Pharmaceutical Engineering® publishes original content only, so if your article has been submitted to other publications or has already appeared on your web site, we cannot consider it.
All subject-matter content for the magazine undergoes peer review by the Editorial Review Board.
Revisions and Acceptance
After peer review and any required revisions by the reviewers, authors are notified about whether their article has been accepted.
Open Access Program
Starting with the November-December 2019 issue of Pharmaceutical Engineering®, a limited number of articles are “unlocked” for access by any visitor to the web site. If you would like your article to be considered for Open Access, please indicate this when you submit the manuscript for consideration.