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35th Process Development Symposium Event Preview

35th Process Development Symposium

15 November 2017

Venue: Churchill College, Cambridge, UK
Wednesday 11 - Friday 13 April 2018

Process Development is the application of chemistry to the scale up of new synthetic processes from the laboratory, through pilot plant to full scale commercial manufacture and into life cycle management. It is an extremely broad discipline, crossing the boundaries between synthetic organic chemistry, process technology and chemical engineering.

The area of Process Development continues to be a challenging and important area for the research into and application of modern synthetic organic chemistry, as well as enabling technologies. SCI’s Fine Chemicals group are therefore pleased to present the 35th SCI Process Development Symposium, with discounted early bird rates before Friday 26 January 2018. This meeting will bring together speakers from across the Pharmaceutical, Agrochemical and Fine Chemical industries, as well as those from academic backgrounds. Experts will come together from across the entire spectrum of the discipline to present state of the art process development. As an established and well attended meeting, this symposium offers an excellent opportunity for networking between like-minded process scientists of all levels of experience and from all areas of the chemical industry.

The full programme will be announced in due course, but confirmed speakers include:

  • Edouard Godineau, Syngenta
  • Thomas Allmendinger, Novartis
  • Alastair Hay, Almac
  • Remy Angelaud, Genentech
  • Bert Maes, University of Antwerp
  • Linhua Wang, Syngenta
  • Johan Wennerberg, Chemoswed

Book your place today to take part in this well-established symposium with strong links between academia and industry.

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