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World Biopharm Forum 2023

Lady Margaret Hall, Norham Gardens, Oxford

The World Biopharm Forum this year will be attended by leading biopharmaceutical industries, academic researchers (both in universities and research institutions) and developers in industries. Historically our largest conference, in terms of attendance, was held in Gothenburg, Sweden.

This year’s conference main focus will be Democratisation of Biotherapies: New Manufacturing Modalities & Intensifications.

World Biopharm Forum 2023 will address some of the advancements under the following theme, equipment, technology, and processes supporting bioprocess intensification. We will hear speakers on intensification enabling technologies upstream and downstream, and on topics such as continuous manufacturing and single use technologies, monitoring and control initiatives, advanced PAT, and digital twin modelling.

This year’s conference will be Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford.

Short Let Space has some amazing properties nearby to Lady Margaret Hall. If you need any help with booking accommodation for this conference, please contact our friendly bookings team on 01993 222 200 or email us on stay@shortletspace.co.uk

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