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InVitria Attends the 9th Annual Biological Production Forum
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InVitria Attends the 9th Annual Biological Production Forum

InVitria Attends the 9th Annual Biological Production Forum
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InVitria Attends the 9th Annual Biological Production Forum

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InVitria is attending the 9th Annual Biological Production Forum in Frankfurt, Germany June 21st through the 23rd.  This event is centered on both upstream and downstream biological manufacturing. With a blend of networking opportunities and conference sessions, InVitria will be among the top biotechnology companies attending the event.

One of the central themes presented at the 2010 forum is ‘Cell Culture Media and Productivity Gains’, discussing process improvements to reduce costs and optimize production. InVitria, a leading global supplier of cell culture products that enhance productivity, safety and time to market for companies in the biopharma, regenerative medicine, cell therapy and life science industry, will bring their expertise and knowledge to the forum.

“Attending conferences like the Biological Production Forum, allows InVitria to network with existing collaborators and identify new collaborations with customers across Europe,” said Brittany Medbery, Marketing Coordinator at InVitria. “With the recent launch of ITSE Animal-Free, InVitria is continually developing products that meet the performance and regulatory needs of cell culture scientists.”

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