See Our Webinar: Faster and Better Process Development Using Parallel Reactor Platforms and DoE

This webinar focuses on the use of multiple (parallel) reactor platforms, which is becoming an established practice in pharma and other sectors as well as the use of DoE to direct the experimental effort and analyze the data. The webinar also highlights the results of many different process development studies to illustrate the range of parallel reaction instruments available. Examples from synthetic organic chemistry in general, as well as heterogeneous catalysis (including hydrogenation in flow reactors) and crystallization studies, are used to describe the benefits of these techniques. To Download PDF Of This Webinar, please click on this link

New Bioreactor Solutions, Provides 5 Times The Productivity Of Conventional Reactors

FREE WHITE PAPER DOWNLOAD Robotic culture platform with HEL minibioreactors Parallel platforms can also be integrated with bioreactors – hence 4 or 8 reactor parallel stations are now possible with a compact footprint that includes all the features of high specification applications – pH, DO, agitation, liquid dosing, independent temperature control. A recent project extended this concept still further with a set of 24 independent reactors for TWB in France, involving the integration of a Hamilton robot and HEL bioreactor system. The final design – a “culture robot” – allows, among other things, identification of optimal culture conditions or generation of successfulstrains, in less than a fifth of the time… Continue Reading