Cambridge, Massachusetts is a unique place due to having one of the largest (per capita) and most impressive populations of scientists and engineers in the world. Because of this, Cambridge is recognized as a global hub for biotechnology. This makes the Boston area an attractive venue to organize a chemical process development gathering.
As specialists of cutting-edge laboratory research, development, and manufacturing technologies, John Tedesco, Des O’Grady and I want to invite chemists and chemical engineers from New England to Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR) in Cambridge, MA, on November 2, for a half-day Information Sharing Symposium focusing on process safety and crystallization. You can learn about best practices, innovative ideas and applications for reaction hazard assessment, and crystallization improvement. Part of the crystallization and process safety symposium will also focus on advanced software modules that leverage of chemometrics, visualization tools, and multivariate analysis to enable data-to-information technologies and accelerate results interpretation.
The agenda includes speakers from Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, and Solid State Pharmaceutical Cluster. I hope you can take advantage of this free event to learn from experts, network with peers, and be part of the great Boston scientific community.
I look forward to seeing you on November 2 in Cambridge. You can register for the Crystallization & Process Safety Symposium now.