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16 Apr 2013 - 17 Apr 2013 - Mumbai, India

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Crystallization being such a vital phenomenon for you in your day- to-day area of work it is the need of the hour for you to overcome challenges around it for optimum utilisation of resources. Crystallization 2013 conference we at CPhI aim to help you in conversion of your challenges into lucrative opportunities for further growth in developing high quality APIs as quality is the key to success in this highly competitive market. Confirmed speakers - Allan S. Myerson, Professor of the Practice of Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US), Sethu Madhavan, Director Manufacturing, Teva API India, Gautam Samanta, Associate Director, Dr Reddys Laboratories, Gautam Samanta, Associate Director, Dr Reddys Laboratories, Robin Rogers, Robert Ramsay Chair of Chemistry, University of Alabama (US) and

Editor-in-Chief Crystal Growth & Design, Anil Kumar, Senior Scientist, Tata Chemicals Innovation Centre and many more.

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