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In full flow-continuously battling bacteria with boron

This article highlights the advantages a continuous process can bring in taking a difficult unscalable organometallic reaction to full-scale production in the fight against rising bacterial resistance to drugs.

scientific update – boron: using flow to battle bacteria

General route to design polymer molecular weight distributions through flow chemistry

Nature Communications has published a paper by the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Illinois Urbana–Champaign, on a route to design polymer molecular weight distributions through flow chemistry.

Imperial and BASF partner to advance innovative form of chemical manufacturing

BASF is partnering the UK’s Imperial College to develop flow chemistry. Continuous flow for low-volume, high-value chemicals would allow for more localised manufacture and supply – increasingly important in a post-Covid-19 world.

Global pharmaceutical continuous manufacturing market – market report

This study looks at the global pharmaceutical continuous manufacturing market, forecasting a CAGR of +11% for the period 2020-2028. Contents include an in-depth analysis of the market trends, market shares and various specifications as well as a database of the various market segments and sub-segments.

2020 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry – Call For Nominations

 The 2020 prize will be presented during the Flow Chemistry Congress Conference in April 2021 in Boston, USA, where the recipient will also give a lecture on the subject of their research.

Nomination materials should be submitted by 31 July 2020 through this nomination form.



Continuous Processing in Biopharm Manufacturing

24-25 August 2020 Hynes Convention Centre, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s 6th annual event invites researchers to discuss the challenges and requirements for transitioning from bench to clinical scale and share their latest pursuit of technologies and approaches to close the gap. Examples of applications of continuous/intensified processing for new/emerging modalities, vaccines and biosimilars will also be explored.

Continuous Bioprocessing

15 September 2020 Düsseldorf, Germany

This conference provides an overview of the concepts of continuous processing and its level of adoption in the biopharmaceutical industry. Besides technological challenges, GMP questions related to continuous processing will be discussed.

4th International Symposium on Continuous Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals – Postponed to spring 2021

New dates to be announced Royal Sonesta Boston Hotel, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

The focus of this year’s conference will be on patients and addressing specific implementation barriers to accelerate the adoption of continuous manufacturing.