Improve Processes and Enhance Knowledge at the 17th International Process Development Conference
News May 06, 2010
METTLER TOLEDO has announced that the 17th International Process Development Conference will be held in Baltimore, MD, USA, May 16-19, 2010. Pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and chemical companies are under pressure to bring products to market faster, at lower costs and higher quality.
METTLER TOLEDO provides enabling technology and software that help build workflow to translate bench scale chemistry into a commercial process. During the 17th International Process Development Conference, learn how METTLER TOLEDO technology platforms help accelerate the discovery, development and scale-up of chemical processes.
At the 17th International Process Development Conference (IPDC), discover how your peers are using METTLER TOLEDO tools to improve productivity and speed process understanding resulting in increased yields, process control and product quality. This annual event features a roster of industry professionals and pioneering researchers who will share their knowledge and experience in process research, process development, crystallization, safety, scale-up, production and emerging technologies to help you overcome your process challenges.
By attending this Conference you can also participate in workshops conducted by industry experts on key applications offering valuable information you can use. It will enhance your own skill set by providing product and application knowledge, sharing hints and tips, discussing solutions to common challenges and answering frequently asked questions.
METTLER TOLEDO Technology and Application Consultants will also hold basic and advanced training courses covering current technology platforms and software solutions, providing attendees with an opportunity to deepen their instrumentation and software working skills.
The Conference is an excellent opportunity to meet experts from industry and academia and learn about new applications and techniques in the field of chemical and process development during roundtable discussions and workshops.
Follow the provided link to register today to keep up-to-date with current and future trends and benefit from application case studies and keynote presentations from industry experts and academic leaders.
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