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Cell Culture & BioProcessing Forum

01 Oct 2014 - 02 Oct 2014 - Berlin, Germany



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The Cell Culture & BioProcessing Forum offers highly aggregated solutions, best practice and new knowledge for the most challenging areas in processing, cell culture and line development as well as analytics and formulation. Two days of this interactive and scientific program, followed by a year of application will simplify your work and achieve predictive results of high quality.

•Engineer, feed and monitor the product by proper media formulation 

•Make the change to continuous processing for desired parameters already in process 

•Construct and use the bioreactors that make a difference in volume, quality and timeliness

•Analyse and screen cell chains with the best techniques 

•Generate stable and high-quality cell line and cell culture development 

•Discuss innovations and troubleshoot problems with industry professionals at the specialised roundtables 

•Benefit from industry experts‘ practical solutions to challenging problems



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