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Hands On Freeze Drying Course – with a focus on formulation strategies

Millrock is pleased to be working with McCrone and the Hooke College of Applied Technology on a unique hands-on freeze drying course.  The course director, Greg Sacha, helps students understand the freeze drying process and then takes the additional journey into formulation choices that are good for the product and enhance the freeze drying process.  This course is designed for the scientist who has done some freeze drying but needs to take their knowledge to the next step.  For additional information go to: https://www.mccrone.com/Lyophilization-Practical-Applications

 

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Join us at Pep Talk 2017

Come by and see us at booth 303.  We will have a Micro Freeze Dryer on display at this meeting.  On Tuesday January 10 at 3:15 TN Thompson will give a presentation on New Methods and Simple Approaches for Cycle Optimization and Transfer.  We look forward to seeing you and introducing you to the MicroFD technology.

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ISLFD East Coast Meeting

On Sept 20, 2016 ISLFD will have its first East Coast Conference.  This conference will be hosted by Medimmune in Gaithersburg, MD and will include top speakers in freeze drying.  For more information and to register Click Here

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Lyophilization: Practical Applications Utilizing Latest Equipment

November 2 through November 4, 2016.  This hands-on freeze drying workshop provides a unique approach to learning formulation development and lyophilization. Students are presented with model  molecules and are responsible for all aspects of  formulation  and process development including excipient choices, thermal analyses and optimizing the freeze drying cycle.  Course instructors for the lyophilization trainingprovide guidance throughout the process but allow students to work through challenges just as they would in their own laboratories.  Students work in small collaborative groups on an assigned formulation.  The lectures and instructors provide information for each stage of the development process with the goal of identifying an optimum freeze drying cycle at the end of the workshop.

To learn more or to register please go to Hooke College of Applied Science

 

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