Webinar : Process Development studies for Product Commercialisation
Webinar led by Dr Graham McCreath (Head of Process Design); Dr Mahesh Shivhare (Senior Process Statistician) and Dr. Simon Hanslip (Senior Technical Project Leader). The webinar discusses activities for successful Process Characterisation and Process Validation.
24-26 August 2015
Outsourced Pharma West, San Diego, CA
Webinar : Using ambr 250 for rapid process improvement and effective scale-up to cGMP manufacture of biotherapeutics
In this joint webinar with Mwai Ngibuini of Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Dr Fern Slingsby, Principal Scientist at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies, UK, presents the use of ambr 250 for rapid process improvement and effective scale-up to cGMP manufacture of biotherapeutics. Using a DoE approach and QbD principles, she discusses the resulting high soluble product titres in Escherichia coli, and the optimized fermentation process suitable for larger scale production in only 4 weeks. Original broadcast 13th May 2015.
WEBINAR: Tools for Achieving Robust Process Design with Early Phase Process Development
The webinar will provide a case study and discuss how to rapidly develop customized, reliable manufacturing processes. The keys to developing biomanufacturing processes which are efficient, robust and of high quality start during the initial design stages of cell line and process development.
21st - 22nd September 2015
We are pleased to be a sponsor at BioTalk and will be available for meetings.
We will be co-exhibiting with our partners Mitsubishi Corporation.
14th-16th October 2015
We will be exhibiting (with our partners Mitsubishi Corporation)
14th-15th October 2015
BioProduction Europe, Dublin
Dr Jonathan Haigh, Head of R&D Downstream Processing Operations, will be making a presentation on Thursday 15th October entitled "In the buffer zone: Streamlining downstream operations to improve process productivity and throughput".
26-29 October 2015
BioProcess International Conference, Boston, MA
On Tuesday, October 27th, hear our Case Study: Application of Analytical Techniques for Product Quality Driven Process Development and Routine cGMP Manufacturing in the Analytical, Formulation and Quality track.
The presentation will discuss using analytical methods to optimize expression of proteins with specific qualities or properties, and the utilization of rapid methods during clone selection, cell culture, recovery and purification development. These methods are then directly adapted to routine manufacturing testing therby ensuring consistent analytical data throughout the clinical development lifecycle.
On Thursday, October 29th, hear Use of Univariate and Multivariate Techniques for Targeted and Efficient Process Characterization: A Case Study in the Process Characterization, QbD and Technology Transfers track.
26-28 October 2015
4th International Conference and Exhibition on Biologics and Biosimilars, Baltimore, MD
Webinar : Automating final filtration & dispensing of biologics in a closed single-use system
Dr Paul Bird, Head of Manufacturing Engineering, co-presented a case study in this webinar with Parker Domnick Hunter on 25th June 2014.
2nd-4th November 2015
We will be exhibiting and partnering at BioEurope. See us on Booth #85.
2nd-6th November 2015
PEGS Summit Europe, Lisbon
Dr Ian Hodgson, Head of Molecular Biology, will be presenting a talk "Platform expression systems for rapid development of microbial and mammalian cell lines for biopharmaceutical production" on 4th November. We will also be exhibiting (Booth #17).
3-5 November 2015
Outsourced Pharma West, San Francisco, CA
9th -11th November 2015
European Antibody Congress, Basel
Dr Alison Porter will be presenting "Are all recombinant proteins equal? A cell line development perspective". We will also be exhibiting.
Webinar : The Single-use Technology Paradigm
Dr Stewart McNaull presents a webinar entitled 'The Single-use Technology Paradigm' as part of Business Review Webinars' Knowledge Sharing series.
Webinar : From Gene to Manufacturing
The keys to developing biomanufacturing processes - which are efficient, robust and of high quality - start during cell line and process development and initial process design.
Join us for this complimentary webinar, hosted by Dr Alison Porter, Head of Mammalian Cell Culture R&D, and Dr Stewart McNaull, Director, Development & Technical Services, discuss how FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies' cell line development and upstream process development platforms have been modified and optimized to develop customized, reliable manufacturing processes. This includes the introduction of our new mammalian expression platform, called Apollo(TM).