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26 Nov 2014
LONDON, United Kingdom
Society of Chemical Industry
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On-Line and At-Line Analytical Technologies in the Industrial Biotechnology Sector

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.