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Trends in Downstream BioProcess Development

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Within downstream bioprocessing, there are mounting challenges and bottlenecks from pipelines with increasingly diverse and complicated modalities. At the same time there are several areas of exciting development with the potential to revolutionize the field.

In the above eBook, we explore some recent trends in bioprocessing that expand the toolbox available to downstream scientists and engineers. It features insights from key industry leaders who provide solutions (utilising novel tools, technologies and strategies), through their own recent experiences. The experts include Prof. Alois Jungbauer from BOKU, Prof. Dan Bracewell from UCL, and Dr. Hani El-Sabbahy from 3M Company, who gathered to discuss the topics for a webinar I hosted at the BioProcess International Europe Digital Week 2021 in partnership with 3M Company. 

The trends fall under two overarching topics:

  • Process Intensification: Batch vs continuous processing and how process intensification can reduce environmental footprint and improve affordability and access.
  • New Materials: How innovative advanced materials can help intensify your bioprocess.

- Barry Walsh, Conference Director & Project Leader, BioProcess International

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