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Proteins & Biopharma Asia Congress

10 Sep 2012 - 11 Sep 2012 - Singapore



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Over 175 attendees working within proteins, antibodies and biotherapeutics research, upstream & downstream processing in Asia

Over 40 case studies, presentations and panel discussions

4 interactive streams:

  • Upstream:  Cell Culture
  • Downstream: Protein Purification, Expression & Characterisation
  • Biotherapeutics
  • Bioprocessing & biopharmaceutical manufacturing

14 prescheduled one to one business meetings & exhibitions

Oxford Global Conferences is proud to present the Proteins & Biopharma Asia Congress 2012, which is to be held on the 10th & 11th September in Singapore. The congress is the single most focused event in Asia Pacific dedicated to key technological and scientific trends in the Asia Biopharmaceutical industry.

The biopharmaceutical market for Asia Pacific revenues is estimated to be around US$ 5.7 billion (2010), with average annual growths rates around 10.3%. This high growth is creating a strong need for production of biopharmaceuticals at higher qualities and volumes as well as developing an effective and efficient bioprocess. The biopharmaceutical industry – antibodies & antibody alternatives, therapeutic Proteins, Antibodies and vaccines – promises success in overcoming these challenges. The Proteins & Biopharma Asia Congress seeks to address the current trends and technologies in advancing upstream and downsteam bioprocesses of proteins, antibodies and vaccines. It will also address the current developments in Protein and Antibody biotherapeutics research, purification & expression systems and recombinant protein therapeutics. Proteins & Biopharma Asia Congress brings together global leaders within biopharmaceutical industry to explore the dynamic strategies, benchmark the latest technologies and offer insights into accelerating growth in the industry.

Over two days, this event will attract over 175 senior-level decision makers working in upstream and downstream production from Asia Pacific. This prestigious event provides a forum for practitioners and prominent innovators to learn more about key solutions being provided to their industry, network with their peers, and address key industry concerns through a series of cutting edge conference presentations in a professional yet relaxed environment.



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