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Drug Delivery Technologies & Formulation

05 Sep 2012 - 06 Sep 2012 - Zurich



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GTC’s Drug Delivery Technologies & Formulation, which will be held on September 05-06, 2012 in Zurich, Switzerland. This two day conference brings together representatives from industry, academia and government who are engaged in establishing a major transformation in the global chemical and energy industries - from petroleum to bio-based. Get the latest updates from investment, scientific, manufacturer and business perspectives - the highlights and the challenges to making big new things happen with special emphasis on commercialization.

Don’t miss this special opportunity to share ideas, develop partnerships, and network with key start-ups, established companies, feedstock suppliers and investors passionate about continued growth and business development in the Bio-Based Chemical industry.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Conference Date: September 05-06, 2012



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