Following on from our very successful conference “Continuous Biomanufacturing: Driving value through intensified bioprocessing”, we are excited to announce our upcoming 2021 conference “Value Through Intensified Bioprocessing II” to be held at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, UK on the 1st-3rd September 2021.
We aim for all the delegates and speakers to engage fruitfully in exchanging their knowledge and experience so that they can all advance their work to achieve the goal in increasing the productivity and reducing the cost of the drugs that could be in the reach of people at large.
World Biopharm Forum 2021 will provide introductions, reviews, and a few case studies of exciting advances in the materials, equipment, technology and processes supporting bioprocess intensification. We will hear speakers on intensification enabling technologies up- and down-stream, and on such topics as continuous manufacturing and single use technologies, monitoring and control initiatives, advanced PAT, and digital twin modelling, as well as quality and regulatory topics in gene therapy, viral safety, and the design of ATMP facilities.
We will also review advances in microfluidics, virus, and vaccine production for supply of vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, support of autonomous operations and advanced PAT enabled automation for improvements in processing speed, scale, robustness, and flexibility− and finally, developments in the area of real time release testing.
As the restrictions of the pandemic are eased, please join us in the beautiful Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford for a moment of collaboration, relaxation, and education.
MARKETING/EXHIBITION: The conference will provide opportunities for marketing, exhibitions and poster presentations. For full details please contact Dr Subramanian.
SPONSORSHIPS: If you would like to do sponsoring please contact us.
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