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9th Annual International Conference and Exhibition BioProcess

17 Apr 2013 - 18 Apr 2013 - Dusseldorf, Germany

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The meeting place for bringing together the latest processes, technologies and strategies driving every stage of biomanufacturing. 

100+ speakers, 30+ sessions, 7 workshops, 100+ companies and 11 hours of networking activities

Fast track your biosimilar and ADC programmes with brand NEW conference streams on the unique bioprocessing and CMC strategies needed to bring these therapies to market.

BioProcess International Europe 2013 remains the conference of choice for key decision makers looking to discuss the latest and most critical developments in bioprocessing and biomanufacturing, from critical upstream and downstream processing strategies, to the new challenges in manufacturing, analysing and formulating biosimilars and ADCs.

Register before Friday 14th December 2012 to SAVE up to £400! Visit the website for more details. Please quote VIP Code: CQ3489 to secure the best rate.

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