Pharma Special Interest Group
A community for process professionals

Events 2010

Date: 16 June 2010
Ends: 16 June 2010
Description: A webinar delivered by Keith Plumb, Pharma Subject Group chair, examining the impact of IEC standards on the classification of hazardous areas for gases and dust.
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Date: 18 October 2010
Ends: 19 October 2010
Location: Scotland
Description: A two-day IChemE conference presenting current trends in bio manufacturing across a diverse range of industrial sectors.
Date: 10 November 2010
Ends: 10 November 2010
Location: England
Description: A one-day seminar organised jointly by IChemE's Food & Drink, Particle Technology and Pharma Subject Groups, bringing together different industries and academic groups with common interests in controlled release applications to build bridges and leverage potential synergies. The aspiration was to cross historical boundaries and learn from the different approaches to common challenges.
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Date: 23 November 2010
Ends: 23 November 2010
Location: England
Description: A one-day seminar organised jointly by IChemE's Pharma Subject Group and ISPE (NW Region) covering recent developments in pharmaceutical filling and packaging. The event will appeal to system designers, plant operators and managers plus maintenance engineers.
Date: 01 December 2010
Ends: 01 December 2010
Description: The biopharmaceutical business is an established sector that continues to grow rapidly. The sector consists of numerous product groups, from vaccines through therapeutic antibodies and proteins to regenerative medicine therapies. This introductory webinar is intended for those new to the subject. It covers the manufacturing routes for these compounds, with illustrations of the biochemical engineering challenges that have been overcome. With downward pressures on the cost of goods and with increased competition to launch new products, the biochemical engineering community has responded by developing innovative technology such as single-use processing and researching into the fundamentals of stem cell culture. Members of the Pharma Special Interest Group can visit the webinar archive in the Resources area, to replay a recording and view the slides.

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