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Particle Sciences Positions Itself as a Bioavailability Tool for Most Drug Forms

In 1966, American psychologist Abraham Maslow published his book The Psychology of Science. It is from this book that we learn about the phrase he coined, commonly referred to as Maslow’s Hammer; “I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.” Over time, it has been paraphrased to: “if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail” and has come to mean that if you are overly familiar with only one type of instrument or process, you tend to believe that is the answer to every problem. In the business of pharmaceutical contract manufacturing and services, many companies approach every problem as a nail and endeavor to put their hammer to work; whether it’s a certain well-defined skill set, a specific inventory of equipment or instruments, or a proprietary technology, they are going to bend your problem to fit their solution.

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