London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 22 March 2014
The global lyophilisation for pharmaceuticals products and services market is predicted to reach $3.09bn in 2014 with revenues showing strong growth to 2024. With increasing numbers of proteins being discovered, the importance of lyophilisation is coming to the fore, for example, as a means of extending the shelf life of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical products. (Source: Visiongain, The Global Lyophilisation for Pharmaceuticals products and services Market will reach $3.09BN in 2014 according to new visiongain report, 2014)
SMi invites you to attend the 2nd annual Lyophilisation conference on 7-8 July 2014, London. This event will provide an update on methodologies for lyophilisation and examine how to mitigate risks in production. Join our Lyophilisation forum and gain insight into current successes and challenges faced by pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals during their freeze drying life cycle.
Key Speakers at the event:
Key Topic Insights
This years' event will also include a Half-Day Post-Conference Workshop on:
Getting the Most Out of your Physical Characterisation Analysis
Workshop Leader: Jason Gray, Director, Allembis
For more information and full programme details please visit: http://www.smi-online.co.uk/2014lyophilisation61.asp
Lyophilisation 2014: Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical
7-8 JULY 2014
Marriott Regents Park Hotel, London UK
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