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Biocide Formulation

13 Feb 2013 - 14 Feb 2013 - Berlin, Germany



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Biocide Formulation: Advance your biocide formulation strategies with the latest technical developments in nanotechnology, microencapsulation, green formulations and efficacy testing.

Informa Life Sciences’ Biocide Formulation conference will deliver key technical updates that are relevant to the biocidal sector. Attending this conference is essential for those who wish to gain insight into formulation techniques and strategies that will help optimise biocidal product development.

Explore opportunities, threats and current challenges for the biocide formulation sector

Participate in an interactive breakout sesson led by Reckitt Benckiser

Discover what challenges your peers within industry are experiencing and find out what solutions  are available 

Explore R&D formulation & manufacturing methods that your peers are implementing

Gain technical updates and the latest scientific guidance that will help develop your biocide formulation strategy

The Biocidal Products Regulation - How will this impact biocide formula



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