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Cell Culture World Congress 2014

25 Feb 2014 - 27 Feb 2014 - Munich, Germany



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The 4th annual Cell Culture World Congress 2014 is the region’s largest event dedicated to process enhancement, technological innovation and business development.

It is an exhibition, a strategic keynote conference, technical roundtables and practical workshops. 

It is an interactive 3 day, dual-tracked event with multiple, disruptive learning formats that facilitates high level discussion on what matters in the industry right now:

Optimisation of cell culture biologic production

Exploring the potential of cell line engineering

New technologies to enhance cell line expression

Assessing media selection options

Delivering a robust upstream process

Evaluating novel upstream technologies

Process scale-up and scale-down challenges

Associated blog: http://blogs.terrapinn.com/total-biopharma/ 



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