Download free pharmaceutical PowerPoint templates. Our designers have developed small presentation toolkits for you to use in your own pharmaceutical PowerPoint presentations.
These templates are suitable for use when presenting on pharmaceutical issues. Templates in the medical section may also be of use.
If you want m62 to customise any of these PowerPoint templates, want your existing template refreshed, or would like a bespoke template designed, please contact us.
Featured - This free atoms PowerPoint template shows the model of a chain of atoms in the background. The rest of the atom template is clean and business-like. PowerPoint Templates
Featured - Free test tube PowerPoint template for download. The test tube template shows glass vessels in blue and green for use in pharmaceutical presentations.PowerPoint Templates
15th January - Free glass bottles PowerPoint template for use in your pharmaceuticals presentations. The glass bottle template is blue and white, and contains a number of pre-programmed shapes and graphs.PowerPoint Templates
5th September - This free atomic structure PowerPoint template contains a very subtle pattern showing atoms. The atomic structure template comes with a small number of pre-programmed shapes and graphs.PowerPoint Templates
22nd August - This medicine PowerPoint template shows the packaging of some medical equipment used to administer a vaccination. The medicine template is green, and could be used for presentations on clinical trials.PowerPoint Templates
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