This year’s Pharmaceutical Process Analysis Roundtable (PPAR) met in late September at the Lilly Technology Center in Indianapolis, IN — marking the event’s return to its roots. The first PPAR gathering, held there in the fall of 2000, was a spin-off of the Pharmaceutical Automation Roundtable (which began in 1994); it was shepherded by Lilly’s Rick Cooley to focus in more depth on analyzer-related topics.
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