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Automated production of mRNA therapeutics

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The Fraunhofer lighthouse project RNAuto aims to automate the production of mRNA therapeutics in order to manufacture cancer drugs more cost-effectively and economically. Led by Rolf Hendrik van Lengen from Fraunhofer IESE, the project promises to drastically reduce production costs through the use of modular systems, digital quality control and artificial intelligence. With the involvement of seven Fraunhofer Institutes, RNAuto is scheduled for completion by the end of 2025, representing a significant step towards affordable therapies. Find out more about this initiative in our interview with Mr. van Lengen.

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Automated production of mRNA therapeutics

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Image: Graphic representation of the encapsulation of the mRNA active ingredient in the automated screening system as part of the RNAuto research project; Copyright: Fraunhofer IESE
The price of a drug is not only dependent on the raw materials used, but is also determined by the manufacturing process. High prices are charged for some cancer drugs in particular, as they can only be produced in small quantities at great expense. Keyword: mRNA therapeutics.
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