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IChemE seminar on automating biologics, 22 February 2016, IChemE, London

By Caroline Channing

Automating biologics: high-throughput development through to smart manufacturing 
22 February 2016, IChemE, London, UK

Automation has the potential to enhance throughput of an organisations operations through realising greater efficiencies, reduced timeframes & reduce/remove human error.

The purpose of this meeting is to review end-user case studies demonstrating how Automation systems have been used to enhance the development and delivery of biologics.

The meeting will focus on these areas such as:

  • Cell line and Process Development
  • Streamlining the introduction of Products into Facilities
  • Enabling Emergent Cell Therapy Technologies
  • Realising the Benefits in a Manufacturing

This meeting targets stakeholders looking at research and development of processes and products, suppliers of enabling technology to end-users, or managers seeking to update on the latest trends in the streamlining of the development of the manufacturing biologics.

To book your place, please visit www.icheme.org/autobiologics


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