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MIT/ILP Calendar Event

Downstream Processing

July 22-26, 2019

Overview

Continuing discoveries in molecular biology, genetics, and process science provide the foundation for new and improved processes and products in today's biochemical process industry. The production of therapeutic proteins, which is made possible by discoveries in biotechnology, will generate sales exceeding $100 billion in 2010. In addition, biotechnology has led to marked improvement and expansion in the traditional biochemical process industry for production of enzymes, diagnostics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and foods. Continued introduction of new technology necessitates innovation in process development scale-up and design. As a consequence, there is the need to design new, as well as to improve existing, processes. An integral and cost intensive part of these processes is associated with downstream processing for product isolation and purification.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The course covers fundamental principles of downstream processing with practical examples and case studies to illustrate the problems and solutions faced by the practitioner. It is intended to provide both insight into and an overview of downstream processing for individuals actively engaged in process research and development, as well as those who manage and innovate in the biochemical process industry. Increasingly, scientists and engineers engaged in fermentation and cell culture development attend the course to better understand the context of the whole process. Attendees include:

* Engineers and scientists interested in design, economics, validation optimization and scale-up of biochemical product recovery;
* Protein biochemists and chemists involved in design of recovery processes;
*Managers responsible for biochemical process development;
* Entrepreneurs, attorneys, and business leaders wanting an overview and insight into biochemical manufacturing.

Location

Cambridge, MA

MIT is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The campus, situated in close proximity to Boston’s Logan International Airport, profits from Boston’s excellent public transportation system and the on-campus Tech Shuttle. The closest subway station is Kendall Square, which acts as a commercial center for MIT and the local community.

Registration

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER, CONTACT:

MIT Professional Education - Short Programs
Room 35-433
Cambridge, MA 02139
TEL: 617 253 2101 * FAX: 617 258 8831
e-mail: shortprograms@mit.edu

ILP members can save 15% on any MIT Professional Education short course - contact your ILO for details.