Upcoming Life Science Events
ISPE Biotechnology Conference and Workshop – 22/08/2021 – 24/08/2021
The 2021 ISPE Biotechnology Virtual Conference & Workshop will bring together leading pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers, technology providers, academic scientists and international regulators to network, share insights and provide an outlook on the evolving landscape and future of Biopharmaceutical manufacturing and therapies.
Starting Your Career As A Biomedical Engineer – Thursday 19th of August
This event will explore what it’s like to start your career in Biomedical Engineering during a pandemic and what strategies you can employ to get off to the best start possible. We will have a range of speakers who are recent graduates who have started their careers with different employers of graduate Biomedical Engineers.
Starting Your Career As A Mechanical Engineer – 2nd of September 2021
This event will explore what it’s like to start your career in Mechanical engineering during a pandemic and what strategies you can employ to get off to the best start possible. They will have a range of speakers who are recent graduates who have started their careers with different employers of graduate Mechanical Engineers.
Introduction To DeltaV(TM) – 14th of December 2021 – 15th of December 2021
This intensive one and a half day course provides an introduction to the operation of DeltaV(TM) distributed control system within a biopharmaceutical batch manufacturing environment. This course will include both hands-on practical and theory components. During this course trainees will be introduced to the principles of process automation and control using DeltaV(TM) DCS. Topics include: Navigating DeltaV(TM), Alarm and Event Management, Batch Operation and Troubleshooting.
Introduction To Gene Therapy – 7th of October 2021 – 8th of October 2021
Gene therapies have the power to transform the lives of patients and provide cures to diseases that up till now had few or no treatment options. The processes for manufacturing these therapies require similar technologies to other biologic manufacturing processes but also have unique challenges and issues. This course will provide a background to the underlying concepts of gene therapy, including viral vector-based therapies and nuclease-mediated gene editing.