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BioProduction Conference and Exhibition 2012

24 Oct 2012 - 25 Oct 2012 - Berlin, Germany

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Don't miss this opportunity to discover the very latest practical science, technologies, processes and strategies vital for effective biological development and manufacturing direct from the biggest names!

This year we are launching 4 new tailored conference tracks, so all your manufacturing solutions will be answered under one roof

Stream 1: Upstream and Analytical Support for Antibodies and Non Antibodies 

Stream 2: Downstream and Analytical Support for Antibodies and Non Antibodies 

Stream 3: QbD and Process Validation for Product Life Cycle 

Stream 4:  Novel Approaches; Single- Use, Flexible Operations, Modular Facility and Green Manufacturing

Please quote CQ3480TECH when booking your place!

 For more information and to download the conference brochure, please visit:

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