Tag Archives: Biotech

PSAIChE Biotech: Optimize Flocculation With Real Time Particle Characterization

Since the Seattle area is well known for biotech, I was not surprised when the November Puget Sound American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) meeting focused on the cell fermentation process at Amgen.   The AIChE meeting featured the presentation by Amgen’s Anna Senczuk:  Continue reading

Use of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) for Biotech

Process Analytical Technology (PAT) for Biotech: A Review of Recently Reported Applications in Fermentation and BioProcessing

Fermentation and bioprocessing play critical roles in the discovery and manufacture of new pharmaceuticals and specialty chemicals, and in the sustainable production of bulk fuels and commodity chemicals. Yet fermentation processes are often operated with a minimal level of monitoring and control, limiting the ability to optimize yields and production rates. Continue reading