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3rd Annual Cell Culture & Bioprocessing Congress

17 Nov 2014 - 18 Nov 2014 - London, UK



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The final agenda for Oxford Global’s 3rd Annual Cell Culture and Bioprocessing Congress, taking place on 17-18 November 2014 at The Royal College of Surgeons of England has been confirmed and it is now ready to view. 

The 4 streams, put together under the guidance of an independent scientific advisory board are:

  • Cell Line Development: Novel Tools and Techniques
  • Process Development: Upstream and Downstream Process Optimisation
  • Cell Line Development: Ensuring Stability and Quality of Cell Lines
  • Biological Production: Manufacturing and Cell Banking Case Studies

Please click here to view this congress agenda and to see the full line up of speakers. http://www.cellculture-congress.com/download-agenda-marketing/ 

Included in your package will be:

  • Full access to the 2 days of conference presentations
  • All meals at the meeting
  • Access to all networking activities
  • Congress documentation
  • Post event online access to featured presentations

Prices: 

Industry companies: standard price £799 plus VAT. 

Academic institutions: standard price £499 plus VAT. 

Service/Vendor companies: standard price: £1299 plus VAT. 

Exclusive discounts available until Friday 31st October 2014. 

Contact Danielle Dalby today on +44(0)1865 248455 or email d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk for more information on attendance. 




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