Manufacturing

Quality, Speed and Flexibility by Design

Accelerating the path to new biomanufacturing capacity typically corresponds with increased costs and the risk of lower quality. Overcoming these compromises requires a holistic QbD-based rethinking of how biomanufacturing is approached. By rethinking biomanufacturing equipment, facility design and services, Xcellerex has achieved dramatic improvements in deployment time, while also reducing capital investment, operating costs, and improving overall quality and compliance. This webcast discusses the advantages of the FlexFactory® Biomanufacturing Platform, such as:

• Multi-product, simultaneous manufacturing
• Open platform for any bioprocessing technology/process control
• 70% reduction on time to build/validate to GMP ready (9mo.)
• And more.

Join Parrish Galliher, Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Xcellerex, as he provides an in-depth look at the technology behind Xcellerex’s FlexFactory Biomanufacturing Platform.

Industrial Purification with Convective Interaction Media™ Monoliths

Monoliths offer a unique set of characteristics that, when properly applied, can significantly improve the overall productivity of the manufacturing processes. In this educational webcast, Tony Brazzale of BIA Separations explores the technology behind the CIM™ Monolithic Columns and its many benefits, including:

• Increased facility capacity
• Accelerated ROI
• Improved productivity
• Reduced cost of labor and overall COGS

View this educational webcast to learn more about how CIM Monolithic Columns can improve your manufacturing process.

Technology Transfer of CMC Activities for MAb Manufacturing

As monoclonal antibody products succeed and advance through development, their manufacturing requirements change. The probability of a smooth and successful technology transfer process depends on several factors. Sending and receiving parties must be well aligned in expectations, which can be facilitated by early and detailed planning and communications.

To help companies developing MAb products, BioProcess Technology Consultants recently published a comprehensive report outlining the complex technical, regulatory and strategic chemistry, manufacturing and control (CMC) activities necessary to successfully advance new MAbs from discovery to first-in-human clinical trials and the market as quickly and economically as possible. Read this informative white paper to learn more.

Approach to Validation & Implementation of Single-Use Systems

While many of the reasons to move to single-use systems have been well defined over the last few years, there are still concerns with the lack of information regarding validation and implementation of the systems. In this on-demand educational webcast, Christopher Mach of Pall Life Sciences details the step-by-step approach to validation and implementation of single-use systems in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. You’ll learn about:

• A Summary of the Regulatory Position Regarding Validation
• Validation Program Key Points
• Pall Approach to Organizing and Operating an Appropriate Validation Program
• Pall Validation Capabilities

Join Mach as he utilizes a core study of extractables/leachables using the Pall AllegroTM Single-Use System to address industry concerns and help illustrate the necessary components of a successful validation program.

Increased Selection Criteria for Production Media

Operators of biotechnology facilities are facing an increase in selection criteria for production media – new ICH and FDA imperatives, new analytics and monitoring, platform production initiatives and more. In this on-demand webcast, William Whitford of Thermo Scientific discusses:

• Reasons for the Increase in Selection Criteria
• Particular Criteria Discovered by Thermo Fisher Scientific
• Application of how Criteria can be Resolved

Join Whitford as he introduces two studies performed at Thermo Scientific that demonstrate how selection criteria can be solved and resolved to provide transparency and ease for biotechnology and bio production operators.