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On-Line and At-Line Analytical Technologies in the Industrial Biotechnology Sector Nov 26 2013
Conference: United Kingdom

In the fields of Industrial Biotechnology ranging from Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Food and Beverage, Agrochemicals etc. there is an ever expanding requirement for analysis of product and contaminants.
With process intensification and stricter regulatory requirements the need for more accurate and precise analytical techniques has arisen especially for real time monitoring either on-line or at-line. Furthermore the ability to simplify the assay methodology to enable their application by a wide operator base has driven recent developments in the field.
The purpose of this meeting is to provide an update into new analytical technologies and to report new areas of application of established and novel technologies in the Industrial Biotechnology process sector. The international group of speakers includes experts in analytical technologies from academia and the analytical industry.

keywords: biotechnology other
Event Location:
44 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8QS
United Kingdom

Organizer:
Nadine (send an email)
14/15 Belgrave Sq
London
SW1X 8PS
United Kingdom
Deadlines
Early registration: Friday, September 27, 2013
Keynote speakers:

10:00
Welcome and introduction
Dr Peter Levison, Pall Life Sciences, UK
10.05
QbD approaches in the biopharm sector
Dr Richard Francis, Francis Biopharma, UK
Session Chair - Dr. George Okafo, GSK, UK
10:30
Monitoring protein soft structure during process and formulation
Prof Jeremy Lakey, Newcastle University, UK
10:55
LC-MS from bench to bedside
Prof William Griffiths, University of Swansea, UK
11:20
Use of Raman spectroscopy for monitoring cell culture
Dr Roy Goodacre, University of Manchester, UK
11.45
PAT tools in dairy processing
Dr Colette Fagan, University of Reading, UK
12:10
htCD/FT IR for protein conformation
Prof Tim Dafforn, Birmingham University, UK
12:35
Lunch

Session Chair - Dr Craig Duckham, CD Consultancy Services, UK
13:30
Rapid protein quantitation and kinetic measurements using Bio-layer Interferometry (BLI) technology
Dr Krista Witte, Pall Corporation, USA
13:55
High throughput protein analysis and characterisation for stability studies
Dr Daniel Lund, Avacta Analytical Ltd, UK
14:20
Real time PCR as a tool for rapid detection of microbial contamination
Dr Sylvie Hallier Soulier, Pall France, France
14:45
Host cell protein detection and characterisation
Dr Dan Bracewell, University College London, UK
15:10
Refreshments

Session Chair - Dr Danish Malik, Loughborough University,UK
15:30
Microfluidic systems as analytical tools in industrial biotechnology
Prof John de Mello, Imperial College London, UK
15:55
Opportunities for sensors and biosensors in analytical applications
Prof Peter Smith, University of Southampton, UK
16:20
CE as an analytical tool in industrial biotechnology
Prof David Goodall, Paraytec Ltd.,UK
16.45
Closing remarks