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Based on our work, it is found that both hydrophilic and hydrophobic species can be simultaneously dissolved in TBA/water cosolvent system with an appropriate volume ratio to form an optically clear monophase solution. Lyophilization of the resulting monophase solution will obtain a homogenous codispersion of hydrophilic and hydrophobic species. Further treatment of this kind of solid dispersions will result in the formation of liposomes and oil solution formulations. In this chapter, we will mainly discuss two novel technologies developed in our laboratory.