Fully-Detailed Program Schedules for Each Track to Be Posted This Week
If you haven't already registered – do it soon – before you find yourself over-booked!
Programs for the four parallel application tracks are complete, and even more new sponsors and exhibits have been added. Plus a number of presentations on single-use components, systems and connectors are being organized into workshop sessions on Tuesday. Go to www.isbiotech.org to stay informed.
New Brunswick Scientific has paired up with Pall Life Sciences to offer a series of one-day bioprocessing forums designed to offer the newest techniques for improving quality and yield in drug development and production.
The traveling road shows expand New Brunswick’s repertoire of fermentor and bioreactor training programs, which range from intensive university-based wet-workshops to teach practical fermentor and bioreactor operation, to individual or group training programs held at your facility or New Brunswick Scientific’s in-house labs. Click here to learn more.
In honor of Valentine's Day, the Techno-Blast couldn't resist having a little bit of fun with the masthead.
The original image is courtesy of Markus Grabenbauer and Nature Methods (and featured on
the Winter 2007BioProcessing Journal cover). DESCRIPTION: A Golgi stack containing the
green fluorescent protein (GFP)-tagged
glycosylating enzyme (GalNAc-T2-GFP).