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Saturday, March 17, 2018  |  Volume 10 / Number 5  |  A Production of the BioProcessing Journal
The Waterside Conference
Career Development
13th Annual Meeting
April 25–26, 2018
New Orleans, Louisiana USA
21st Annual Meeting
May 16–19, 2018
Chicago, Illinois USA
Protein Chromatography Course – Engineering Fundamentals and Measurement for Process Development and Scale-Up
May 27–June 1, 2018
Vienna, Austria
MSS 2018
Monolith Chromatography Summer School and Symposium
June 15–20, 2018
Portorož, Slovenia
HPLC 2018
July 29August 2, 2018
Washington, DC USA
XXVI Annual Congress
October 16–19, 2018
Lausanne, Switzerland
The 31st Annual and International Meeting
November 5–8, 2018
Tsukuba, Japan
Suggested Reading
Signaling Substances Used in Plant Defense:
HPLC-MS/MS Analysis of Jasmonates
By Dr. Tim Iven, Dr. Kirstin Feussner, Dr. Cornelia Herrfurth, Georg-August University of Goettingen;
and Dr. Elmar Herbig, Sartorius Lab Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
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Products & Services
Cell & Gene Therapy Development Center Launches Workforce Training Program

The New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) has announced that its Cell and Gene Therapy Development Center has launched a training program to upgrade the knowledge and skills of biopharmaceutical professionals in the processing of new, breakthrough classes of biologic therapies.

The workforce training program is in response to increasing demands for engineers and scientists to be trained in manufacturing and processing of the newest biologic and immunotherapies such as advanced CAR T-cell cancer therapy. The program will combine lectures and hands-on training to introduce the newest approaches and technologies applied to the development and production of these innovative therapies.

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Job Posting
Manager Group
"AAV Vector Expression Systems"
Career Development
Higher Order Structure
April 9–11, 2018
Providence, Rhode Island USA
CMC Strategy Forum Europe
May 14–16, 2018
Noordwijk, The Netherlands
Cell Culture Engineering XVI
May 6–11, 2018
Tampa, Florida USA
Vaccine Technology VII
June 1722, 2018
Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada
PREP 2018—31st International Symposium on Preparative and Process Chromatography
July 8–11, 2018
Baltimore, Maryland USA
Cell Culture-Based Viral Vaccines Course – Third Edition
September 18–21, 2018
Animal Cell Technology Course 2018 – Eighth Edition
September 23–27, 2018
Llafranc, Costa Brava, Spain
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