There is a lot that can go wrong in the bioseparations processes
used for bioproducts in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and food industries. Perhaps you’ve already experienced some of these problems firsthand through your involvement in the design, development and operation of bioseparations processes. Join bioseparations expert Roger Harrison and gain a solid understanding of the principles, applications and scale-up of bioseparations processes and how to apply them.
Make better decisions
In two days, you’ll learn the most important unit operations in industrial bioseparation processes and how to avoid mistakes when analyzing and interpreting bioseparation data. You’ll also learn how to select appropriate bioseparation equipment and techniques for successful scale-up bioseparation methods. Plus, you’ll get up-to-date on a wide range of other relevant topics from filtration and extraction to chromatography and adsorption, drying, and beyond.
By the end of the course, you’ll have a new understanding of the principles of bioseparations processes and how to apply them in your day-to-day work.
Here’s a preview of what you’ll learn:
- The basic science and mechanisms of various types of bioseparations
- Assaying the biological activity and purity of bioproducts: How to identify and select the right laboratory methods
- How to perform engineering analyses of bioseparation processes
- Selecting the right bioseparation equipment
- How to perform scale-up calculations for bioseparation equipment
You should attend if …
This course is designed for engineers and scientists who need a better understanding of the bioseparation processes used for bioproducts. It will be especially valuable if you’re in these industries:
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NOTICE: The May 20-21, 2013 session of this course to be held at AMA Executive Conference Center - San Francisco has been cancelled.