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The Impact of Direct Nucleation Control on Crystal Size Distribution in Pharmaceutical Crystallization Processes by Mohd R. Abu Bakar, Zoltan K. Nagy, Ali N. Saleemi, and Chris D. Rielly
Don't miss out on the only international event focused entirely on Polymorphism and Crystallisation assessing the advances made in screening, characterisation and scale up. Hear from a carefully selected panel of solid state experts from academia and industry at our 8th Annual Polymorphism and Crystallisation event. Hear from the hottest new pharmaceutical researchers in the field, assess how to extend your product's life cycle and learn of new pharmaceutical techniques for polymorphism and crystallisation whilst always ensuring long term product quality. Expert speakers will present the latest scientific advances made in key solid state areas including:
Returning for its 8th year, the summit will provide an 'excellent range of topics' (Philip Lake, GSK) and create an interactive environment for learning, networking and building key business relationships.
Join us next year to hear from and network with academic and pharmaceutical experts in the polymorphism and crystallisation field.
Don't forget to optimise your involvement and sign up for our additional workshops running the day before the event!
Excellent range of topics that were well linked/ ordered
Nice mixture of University/ Industry. Very suitable for building up my knowledge.
It was very valuable
The Crystallization and Polymorphisms conferences bring together leading researches in the field of crystallization process design and offers excellent opportunities to discuss emerging techniques and ideas with leading academic and industrial experts.
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