1 February 2024

Industrial crystallisation: A ‘how-to’ guide for synthetic chemists

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SCI’s Young Chemists’ Panel

AstraZeneca, UK

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Synopsis

A one-day workshop to provide training for synthetic chemists who have little or no experience in designing crystallisation processes and lack the theoretical background. The event will include a lecture introducing the fundamental principles of industrial crystallisation. This will be followed by a workshop facilitated by industry-leading crystallisation chemists and case studies presented by various pharmaceutical companies. Quick-fire presentations will also be given by selected companies, to give top-tips on how to get the most out of their crystallisation equipment. Finally, a keynote speaker will round off the day.


Attendees
This event will be of interest to early and mid-career process chemists who need to design crystallisations for material isolation (for early-phase process development and manufacture), but the event will also be relevant to PhD students or discovery chemists who want to improve their knowledge of crystallisation. 
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Programme
The programme will be confirmed in due course.
Venue and Contact

AstraZeneca

Silk Road Business Park 
Macclesfield 
Cheshire 
SK10 2NA 
UK

Conference Team

Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561

Email: conferences@soci.org


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Organising committee
Jo Hansed, SCI / CatSci
Fiona Laraman, SCI / AstraZeneca
Hollie McCarron, SCI / Cancer Research UK
Fabien Talbot, SCI / Sai