19 - 21 February, 2019 | Novotel Hotel, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands

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The Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing Forum 2019 is the ONLY conference worldwide that focuses on the use of disposable products and single use systems in biomanufacturing. Attend this leading global forum to identify and analyse new technologies, determine how to approach automate ...

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Single Use Systems Industry Guidance: Activity Update

Unsurprisingly, it can be a challenge for the industry to keep pace with all of the industry bodies. and the best practices that they are putting forward. In response to this, Pharma IQ has created this snapshot guide to a selection of bodies active within the single-use-systems market to provide ...

Industry Report 2017/2018

This industry comprehensive report is based upon on feedback gathered from over 100 biopharma experts and covers several key industry topics including optimising biomanufacturing processes, sustainability and environmental impact, product documentation, sterility assurance and manufacturing flexi ...

Insights from Industry Experts

Ahead of the Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing Global Conference, we sat down with three industry experts from the solution provider space through to pharmaceuticals, in order to a discuss a number of topics including sustainability, closed system processing and automation.

Disposables Post Event Report 2018

This report shares the speaker, sponsor and delegate highlights from the 10th annual Disposable Solution for Biomanufacturing conference held in Amsterdam this February.The report includes exclusive content from on-site interviews, delegate testimonials, highlights from our expert speaker panel a ...

Infographic: Optimising Process Efficiency in Biomanufacturing

In today’s bioprocessing industry, there is a demand to cut manufacturing costs while maintaining product safety and quality; flexibility needs to be increased and time to market reduced. With insights from Dr Philipp Hess, Managing Partner at PHA and our recent industry survey, this infographic ...

Achieving Scalability and Flexibility with Disposable Solutions

Over the years, single use technologies have been expanding in different applications, meaning that there are now a multitude of single use alternatives for different elements of bioprocessing.   In this article ,we spoke to Sharyn Farnsworth, Principal Scientist- Manager Cell Cu ...

Industry Overview 2019

Based on the opinions of over 50 biopharma experts, we have put together this industry overview discussing the latest drivers and challenges for the single-use market. This infographic covers topics including investigating continuous bioprocessing, flexibility in single-use systems, and the need ...

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Disposable Solutions for BioManufacturing Event Guide 2019

The Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing Forum 2019 is the ONLY conference worldwide that focuses on the use of disposable products and single use systems in biomanufacturing.Over 3 days of expert case-study presentations and interactive sessions, this leading global forum will enable you to identify and analyse new technologies, determine how...

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Trends and Success Factors in Disposable Technologies and Single Use Systems for Biomanufacturing

In this benchmarking survey report Pharma IQ draws comparisons with previous survey conducted at the end of 2013. Find out what has changed in the industry, what to consider when choosing new suppliers, best way to tackle extactables & leachables and we compare different investment approaches.

7 Challenges of Implementing Single-Use Systems in Biomanufacturing

In this interview Jerold Martin, Sr. Vice President, Global Scientific Affairs for Pall Life Sciences and Chairman of the Bio-Process Systems Alliance (BPSA), speaks about the aims of the PDA Technical Report Number 66, Application of Single Use Systems in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and what progress has been made with standardising...

Behind the Scenes with Sanofi Pasteur: Extractables & Leachables Testing

Pharma IQ spoke to Ken Wong - MTech/Process Technology - Extractables & Leachables Sanofi Pasteur, who has been leading the site’s E&L programme since he joined just over two years ago, to explore Ken’s real world projects at the pharma firm in regards to extractables and leachables testing.

PANEL: Addressing Compatibility Issues between Suppliers – will we ever see harmonisation?

This panel brings together two leading industry experts to address the challenges of integration between different vendor technologies and how to asses compatibility. Flexibility and the ability to work with multiple suppliers is a crucial factor in the decision to switch to single use and how and when to implement. ...

Eight Minutes to Best Practice on Effective Implementation & Integration of Disposables (Single-Use) Systems

Disposables (Single-Use) systems have been widely established in pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies’ biomanufacturing processes across Europe and the US with proven economic and fast product changeover benefits. Tony Hitchcock, Head of Manufacturing Technologies at Cobra Biologics explains best practices on implementation and integration of multi-component disposable systems, maximising economic benefits...

New Territory: Extractables & Leachables in Disposable and Single-Use Manufacturing Systems

In this exclusive interview Alain Pralong, VP New Product Introduction and Technical Life Cycle Management at GlaxoSmithKline Vaccines, speaks about the challenges faced evaluating single-use systems for extractables and leachables and implementing single-use technology in biopharmaceutical manufacturing.

2017 Market Research: Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing Industry Report

Single use systems, which are utilised within, can greatly simplify the path to market. This is due to the reduction of sterilisation time and spend, lowered labor efforts, swifter set up times, lower cross contamination levels and reduced operating costs in the production of pharma products. As a result, many...