With out of the box speakers like Justin Pritchard, Senior Scientist at Vertex Pharmaceuticals discussing the dawn of true continuous processing in downstream manufacturing, networking lunches and interactive roundtables, the event offers a truly inspiring environment to help the industry further their business.
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