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1st RSC/SCI Symposium on Continuous Processing and Flow Chemistry - additional details

Further information is detailed below. To book onto the event, and for full programme timings, click here


Ramada CromwellWe are pleased to recommend the Ramada Cromwell in Stevenage as the conference hotel. A large number of rooms have been reserved at this hotel. Just call them and quote Event no 25868 to book at our special rate of £76 per person for Bed and Breakfast.

We advise you to book your room as early as possible as rooms will be released a month before the conference. The conference dinner on Wednesday 3 November will also be held at this hotel. The hotel is a short drive/ taxi ride from both Stevenage train station and GSK.

Ramada Cromwell
High Street, Old Town, Stevenage, Herts, SG1 3AZ
T: +44 (0)1438 779954 F: +44 (0)1438 742169

There are also a number of other hotels in Stevenage town centre including an Ibis, Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express.

Conference Dinner - 3 November

A conference dinner will follow the first day of the meeting at the Ramada Cromwell. Buses will collect delegates from GSK and bring them to the hotel and drop them to Stevenage station after dinner. The cost is only £40 per person for a three-course dinner including wine in the lovely setting of an old-style traditional hotel which was once a farmhouse. The Ramada Cromwell is based in the Old Town of Stevenage. This is an excellent opportunity to continue networking and discussions with your fellow delegates in a more relaxed and comfortable environment.


Steve Ley Prof Steven V Ley, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Klavs Jensen Prof Klavs F Jensen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge USA
Andreas Kirschning Prof Andreas Kirschning, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany
Peter Seeberger Prof Peter H Seeberger, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam
Graham Sandford Prof Graham Sandford, Durham University, United Kingdom
Thomas Wirth Prof Thomas Wirth, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Volker Hessel Prof Volker Hessel, Eindhoven University of Technology
Prof Andrew de Mello, Imperial College London, UK
Dr Elizabeth M Doherty, Amgen Inc, Thousand Oaks, California, USA
Dr Christina Thompson, Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, Illinois, USA
Dr Malcolm Berry, Continuous Chemistry, Chem Dev. GSK, UK
Dr Neal Sach, Pfizer, USA
Mr Chris Selway, Chief Technology Officer, Cyclofluidic, United Kingdom
Prof Kevin Booker-Milburn, University of Bristol, UK
Dr Ash Mahmood, AstraZeneca, Alderley Park, UK
Mr Rob Wheeler, GSK Stevenage, UK

Organising Committee

  • Jason Tierney, BioFocus
  • Andrew Mansfield, Pfizer
  • Dave Parry, Cyclofluidics
  • Ged Giblin, GlaxoSmithkline
  • Ian Clemens, Novartis
  • Ian Baxendale, University of Cambridge
  • Simon Peace, GlaxoSmithkline


Biofocus Eisai GlaxoSmithKline
MedChem Novartis Pfizer
Process Development ThalesNano Uniqsis

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