Filtration and drying are the essential but unsung heroes of whole process design: this 3 x 3-hour session course will guide you through the underlying principles you need to consider to successfully implement them during product commercialisation.

Monday April 15 | 2.00pm – 5.00pm BST
Tuesday April 16 | 2.00pm – 5.00pm BST
Wednesday April 17 | 2.00pm – 5.00pm BST

New products can only be brought to market successfully with a viable whole process behind them. Your (bio-)synthesis and work-up might well be exciting and innovative but unless the isolated product can be handled and suitably packaged then commercial success is unlikely.

Chemists, biologists, and engineers regularly interact and collaborate in process development projects. To do so within an effective team each must understand the needs and objectives of the other disciplines. This course gives scientists and engineers from other disciplines an introduction into the chemical engineering involved in the isolation and drying of products following chemical or biochemical synthesis and work-up. The aim is to equip participants with sufficient understanding of the underlying principles of filtration and drying to successfully engage in multi-disciplinary discussions within their project teams and identify the data requirements to enable successful process scale-up.


General Admission: GBP 999.00

Speaker: Mr Robert Peeling

Category: Classes / Courses | Professional Training | Science, Health and Medicine

Date and Time: 15th April 2024 at 2:00 pm to 17th April 2024 at 5:00 pm

Venue details: Virtual Event, United Kingdom