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2nd Annual Cell Culture & Bioprocessing Congress

04 Nov 2013 - 05 Nov 2013 - London, UK



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As the only conference to bring together all the experts in the biopharmaceutical industry, attracting over 200 senior level decision makers from Europe and the US,  this exciting and important meeting is a must for anyone working in the cell culture & bioprocessing industry. 

On Day One, our panel of cell culture experts will discuss the latest methods in cell line engineering and advances in cell culture development. Presentations will cover the critical issues in downstream processing, developing a successful cell fermentation process and achieving reliable process characterisation. 

Day Two will feature case studies on the opportunities and challenges in 3D cell culture and cell media, and the latest insights into optimising cell line performance, quality and stability. Our internationally renowned speakers will also discuss quality by design, raw material management and single use technologies. 





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