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Need to Knows for Biopharmaceutical Industry Bioscience Practitioners
2016-01-19 00:00:00 - 2015-12-21 00:00:00 , CPI National Biologics Manufacturing Centre, Darlington, UK

Measurement, modelling and control in biochemical engineering
2015-12-07 00:00:00 - 2015-12-09 00:00:00 , Ghent University; Ghent - Belgium

ECCE/ECAB 2015
2015-09-27 00:00:00 - 2015-10-01 00:00:00 , Nice, France

Hybrid Modeling Summer School 2015
2015-09-07 00:00:00 - 2015-09-09 00:00:00 , Max Planck Institute - Magdeburg, Germany

Hybrid Modelling Summer School
2015-09-07 00:00:00 - 2015-09-09 00:00:00 , Max-Planck Institute; Magdeburg - Germany

International Course: Microalgae Process Design
2015-07-10 00:00:00 - 2015-07-17 00:00:00 , Wageningen, The Netherlands

Downstream Processing - Advanced Course
2015-07-06 00:00:00 - 2015-07-10 00:00:00 , Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Biopartitioning & Purification Conference 2015
2015-06-07 00:00:00 - 2015-06-10 00:00:00 , Vienna - Austria

2nd International Advanced Course Biorefinery for Biomolecules
2015-04-15 00:00:00 - 2015-04-16 00:00:00 , Wageningen - Netherlands

9th HIC/RPC Bioseparation Conference
2015-03-16 00:00:00 - 2015-03-20 00:00:00 , Sliema - Malta

WEBINAR: Cultured Beef: Growing a Burger?
2015-03-04 00:00:00 , Maastricht University, The Netherlands

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January 2016
Need to Knows for Biopharmaceutical Industry Bioscience Practitioners

CPI National Biologics Manufacturing Centre, Darlington, UK

Jan 19 - Dec 21
December 2015
Measurement, modelling and control in biochemical engineering
Following the success of the first two editions of the course, the main purpose of this third edition is to provide an introduction to measurement, monitoring, modelling and conrol (M3C) applied to biochemical engineering processes. Three days of teaching and computer exercises, and a one day excursion to industrial production facilities . Course material and computer codes will be supplemented with an additional set of reading material. The course is equally suitable for Master/PhD students as well as industrialists wishing to extend their expertise into this important area of bioprocess operation.

Ghent University; Ghent - Belgium

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Dec 07 - Dec 09
September 2015
ECCE/ECAB 2015

Nice, France

Sep 27 - Oct 01
Hybrid Modeling Summer School 2015
Hybrid modeling for the efficient design and operation of biochemical processes.

Max Planck Institute - Magdeburg, Germany

Background: Hybrid models allow for the integration of knowledge from different domains, e.g. fundamental process knowledge and process data. This knowledge integration has the potential to reduce the number of experiments required for model development and in addition the extrapolation properties of the hybrid model are typically much better as e.g. those of strictly data driven models. These properties make hybrid modeling approaches particularly interesting for bioprocess development, optimization and scale-up and their improved interpretability has been recognized as an advantage in the QbD and PAT concepts. Yet hybrid models are rarely applied in both academia and industry. This course is directed towards PhD-students, Postdoctoral researchers and industry experts that have experience in process modeling and seek for methods to improve process modeling, such ultimately enhancing process operation and design in an efficient way.
Sep 07 - Sep 09
Hybrid Modelling Summer School
This course aims to provide detailed knowledge of the advantages and challenges posed by hybrid modelling and to enable the participants to independently develop and apply hybrid models. Following a successful delivery of this summer school in 2013 in Lisbon and the upsurge in hybrid modelling approaches to bioprocessing issues, M3C is delivering the second edition of this course for postgraduate students and industrial practitioners.

Max-Planck Institute; Magdeburg - Germany

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Sep 07 - Sep 09
July 2015
International Course: Microalgae Process Design
From Cells to Photobioreactors

Wageningen, The Netherlands

International course Microalgae Process Design - from cells to photobioreactors 10 - 17 July 2015 AlgaePARC, Wageningen, the Netherlands This course provides the essential skills for designing optimal microalgae-based production processes, for both research and commercial purposes. Through lectures, digital cases and a photobioreactor practical, the participants will learn: 1) how to describe microalgal metabolism quantitatively, 2) how to apply basic design principles and set up mass/energy balances for photobioreactors, 3) how to cultivate microalgae in fully controlled photobioreactors, and 4) how to integrate all acquired knowledge into optimal production strategies for microalgae biomass or secondary metabolites. Previous editions were rated at 9.2 (2013) and 9.8 (2014) out of 10 by course participants. More information? See attached brochure or go to the website below.
Jul 10 - Jul 17
Downstream Processing - Advanced Course
Course description The challenge for biochemical engineers is to design compact and clean processes to efficiently separate instable products, such as recombinant proteins, from dilute complex fermentation broths to the required pharmaceutical degree of purity. Therefore, the quantitative systematic design of integrated downstream processes is the general theme of this Advanced Course. The aim of the course is to provide the tools for the participants to be able to quantitatively and systematically design an integrated downstream process. This course was held for the 25th time in 2014.

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Jul 06 - Jul 10
June 2015
Biopartitioning & Purification Conference 2015
BPP 2015 is organized under the umbrella of European Society of Biochemical Engineering Science (ESBES) by the Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology (acib). The BPP conference series was originally established to address aqueous two-phase partitioning, but starting with the BPP 2003 meeting in Vancouver, the scope was broadened to include bioseparations technologies more generally. The focus is, however, on the underlying technical aspects, with business and regulatory aspects de-emphasized. Of course, research on the aqueous two-phase extraction of biologicals continues to have a special home within the BPP series. We expect about 130 participants from universities, research institutes und companies from all over the world, providing an excellent opportunity for all participants to exchange ideas in the field of bioseparations technologies.

Vienna - Austria

Jun 07 - Jun 10
April 2015
2nd International Advanced Course Biorefinery for Biomolecules

Wageningen - Netherlands

Apr 15 - Apr 16
March 2015
9th HIC/RPC Bioseparation Conference
The 9th HIC/RPC Bioseparation Conference on Advancements, Applications, and Theory in Downstream Processing will take place in Sliema, Malta, March 16 – 19, 2015.

Sliema - Malta

The HIC/RPC Conference series provides a leading forum for in-depth discussions on downstream bioprocessing of therapeutic targets. It focuses on the increased scientific understanding of the hydrophobic nature of biological targets and their chromatographic isolation and purification. The program of the 9th HIC/RPC Conference offers a balance of fundamental science, engineering, and important industrial advances or applications with a special focus on current DSP topics such as purification of new antibody formats or applications & fundamentals of multimodal chromatography. The final program is now online at www.hic-rpc.org
Mar 16 - Mar 20
WEBINAR: Cultured Beef: Growing a Burger?
Topic The world faces critical food shortages in the near future: demand for meat is expected to increase by more than two-thirds, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The Cultured Beef Project represents the crucial first step in finding a sustainable alternative to meat production. This webinar is aimed at anyone interested in how tissue engineering may affect the food supply chain by helping to meet food demands while ensuring better food security, and reduced emissions and environmental impact. It will examine some of the opportunities and current challenges in making this technology viable.

Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Professor Mark Post holds a professorship in vascular physiology and the position of chair of physiology at Maastricht University, The Netherlands. He first became involved in a Dutch government-funded programme investigating 'in vitro meat' in 2008, when he was a professor of tissue engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Motivated by the potentially high societal impact, he continued research even after the funding ended in 2010. Renewed funding by a private partner enabled the realisation of a project to create a processed meat product using muscle cells from a cow.
Mar 04