25 - 26 April 2017
Connecting Science, Technology and Business to Optimise Bioprocessing
Thank you to everyone who attended this year's congress
Watch the highlights from this year's event
BioProcess International European Summit 2016 in Vienna was the biggest ever. A very big thank you to everyone who attended; it was great seeing so many familiar faces, as well as meeting lots of new ones. Relive the week in our highlights video, or if you couldn’t make it, see what you missed out on and hopefully we’ll see you next year.
Strategies for Creating Flexibility in New and Legacy Biomanufacturing Facilities
While innovation and market demand have had a phenomenal impact on drug development, the manufacturing side has been somewhat slower in evolving to newer, more flexible and cost-effective technologies. However, there is a definite trend in transitioning legacy facilities and new facilities away from the traditional one product-one facility biomanufacturing model in order to capture market demand and produce multiple products in the same facility. So transformative technologies are being incorporated into new facilities as well as aging/legacy facilities with the goal of maximizing capacity and efficiency and also driving down costs.
600+ bioprocessing decision makers attended in 2016
Partnering Opportunities at BPI
“With the BPI networking so strong, I have already booked BPI Amsterdam 2017” - Director, Cytena
“BPI 2016 is the best conference I have been to in the past 10 years” - Sales & Marketing Director, Purolite
“The BPI Live Lab tour was a great opportunity to see new technology and meet vendors that would not necessarily have been on my radar. It is a really good chance to get high level overviews in a punchy and effective format. I would recommend every attendee to take advantage of this opportunity” - Team Leader Downstream Process Development, Allergan Biologics
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