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bioprocess

[¦bī·o¦prä·səs]
(biochemistry)
A technique used to produce a commercial substance (such as alcohol) by a biological process (that is, via microbial fermentation).
A technique used to prepare a biological material (usually genetically engineered) for commercial use.
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The integrated bioprocessing solutions provided by Parker Bioscience speed up development times, increase efficiency and safety, and enable reproducible quality.
Browse 68 market data tables and 40 figures spread through 139 pages and in-depth TOC on " Downstream Bioprocessing Market and Downstream Processing in Biopharmaceuticals by Technique (Separation, Concentration, Purification), Product (Chromatography Column & Resin, Filter, Single use), Application (Mab Production), End User (Contract Manufacturing Organization) - Global Forecast to 2021"
The global single-use bioprocessing market is projected to reach USD 5.
The implications for suppliers are clear: as biomanufacturers endeavor to push innovation forward and remain competitive as cost pressures increase, they will continue to demand better ways to cut time-to-market and streamline overall bioprocessing.
Agilent, with our industry-leading analytical technology platform, and BTI, with its deep expertise in bioprocessing science and engineering, will work together on several projects that could lead to the creation of rigorous, standardized tests for drug safety and efficacy around the world.
The 2012 BioProcess International Awards were created to celebrate BioProcess International's 10-year anniversary and recognize the outstanding products, services, partnerships and people that have had the greatest positive impact on the 'three pillars' of bioprocessing.
8220;The BPI Conference is the event for the bioprocessing industry; it only made sense that we utilize this platform to enhance the awards' impact and share them with this targeted audience,” said Brian Caine, BPI's Publisher, “While we have been impressed by the volume of nominations we've received, the new date for the Awards reception and ceremony allows BPI to extend the nominations deadline which will ensure all interested parties have the opportunity to submit their nominations for best technology, best technology application, best collaboration, and thought leader of the decade.
It will provide training in biopharmaceutical research by the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training.
The topics here are an overview of the bioprocessing industry, bioprocessing safety management practices, identifying hazards, design considerations and unit operations, and the effects of emerging technology on bioprocessing risk management.
The companies plan to combine Mascoma's consolidated bioprocessing technology and SBI's fiber preparation technology with the aim to convert non-food cellulose -- energy crops, wood chips and organic solid waste -- into ethanol and related products.
Newcastle University has risen to the challenges facing the sector with the establishment of the Biopharmaceutical and Bioprocessing Technology Centre (BBTC).