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Scientific Insights into Lyophilization

Published: Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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Program and venues announced for a one day seminar on freeze drying of pharmaceuticals and biologicals.

SP Scientific, in conjunction with GILYOS GmbH, has announced the program and venues for a one day seminar designed to provide attendees scientific insights into current best practices and new research trends for the freeze drying of pharmaceuticals and biologicals.

Due to run on October 27th, 28th and 30th 2014, in Princeton (NJ), Boston (MA) and San Francisco (CA), the one day seminar will provide novices with an informative freeze drying overview and the expert with up-to-date information on newer topics of interest to the lyophilization scientist. The agenda will cover topics including Lyophilization Basic Principles, Thermal Analysis, Controlled Ice Nucleation, Scale-Up of Freeze Drying Cycles and more.

Scheduled question and answer sessions, as well as breaks, provide attendees with the opportunity to have their own specific questions answered and to network with industrial colleagues.  State-of-the-art equipment and instrumentation designed for use by freeze drying scientists will also be on display.


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