There are several interesting upcoming crystallization conferences and meetings. Continue reading
I am looking forward to attending the upcoming Larson Workshop hosted by the Association for Crystallization Technology and Bristol-Myers Squibb starting October 3. Continue reading
Later this week, scientists and engineers will join together at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in Germany for the BIWIC 2010 – International Workshop on Industrial Crystallization. Topics at this year’s International Workshop on Industrial Crystallization will include fundamentals of crystallization (thermodynamics and kinetics), process design (monitoring and modeling), product design (polymorphism, salvation, stability, chiral separation, fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals), industrial applications, and intensified processes and equipment (external fields, micro technology, hybrid processes). Continue reading
In an ideal world, you may want to directly measure the crystal population within the crystallizer (a critical product quality attribute) and measure the supersaturation which is driving the process (a critical process parameter). Today’s advanced Process Analytical Technology (PAT) allows you to measure both of these critical parameters in real time. But where should you begin – especially if budget constraints limit you to implementing only one advanced measurement. Continue reading
In case you missed the live webinar, Calibration Free Supersaturation Assessment and Control for the Development and Optimization of Crystallization Processes, presented today by Mark Barrett, Ph.D., Senior Research and Development Engineer, Solid State Pharmaceutical Cluster (SSPC) – Ireland, the on-demand version of Calibration Free Supersaturation Assessment and Control for the Development and Optimization of Crystallization Processes is now available.
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