5th Laupheim Biotech Days
With the topic "Bioprocess Intensification" the 5th Biotech Days will spotlight all aspects of the intensification of cell culture-based bioprocesses in the biopharmaceutical industry.
The conference will include both up- and downstream processing and will sport a scientific bandwidth ranging from molecular switches to loop-controlled hybrid processes and intelligent purification strategies.
This turns the 5th Biotech Days into an ideal stage for a rich diversity of strategies to modify process-specific key attributes, enabling a significant enhancement of productivity, product quality, reliability and consistency as well as product safety.
- Cells for the production of biologics
- Vectors for cells
- Omics-technology for cells and processes
- Minimal-invasive control methods
- Fast protein purification strategies
- Product stability
September 20, 2018
16:00 Reception & Exhibition
September 21, 2018
16:30 Final remarks and farewell "Get-Together"
Leonardo Royal Hotel Ulm
Code: "5th Biotech Days"
A shuttle bus will run between the hotel and the conference venue.
Young Scientists Cell Culture Biotechnology Retreat
The Young Scientists Cell Culture Biotechnology Retreat on September 20, 2018 at Rentschler Biopharma will kick-off the 5th Laupheim Biotech Days.
We welcome PhD students and young scientists having recently acquired their PhD in the field of cell culture biotechnology to submit an abstract. Selected authors will be notified by August 10, 2018 and are kindly requested to prepare a 15-minute presentation highlighting their work. Rentschler Biopharma will bear the travel and accommodation expenses for the night leading up to the retreat for the presenting authors. Participants of the retreat are welcome to register for the 5th Biotech Days.
We are looking forward to receiving your abstract. Please send the abstract to Prof. Dr. Roland Wagner.
Please be aware of the abstract submission deadline: July 27, 2018.
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