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Downstream Processing Roundtable

In collaboration with the Food & Bio Cluster Denmark (FBCD), we are pleased to organize a roundtable discussion focused on the future of downstream processing (DSP) in biomanufacturing.

The event will take place on 28th August 2023 at DTU's campus in Lyngby, Denmark.

The agenda includes presentations from academia and industry experts on the challenges and opportunities of DSP, as well as discussions on how to collaborate to improve DSP and make bioproducts more competitive.

To register for the event, please click the following link:

(Deadline 23 August 2023).

About DSP

Downstream processing is the set of unit operations used to isolate, purify and concentrate products of interest. It is a critical step in biomanufacturing, as it determines the quality, purity, and yield of the final product.

DSP can be a complex and challenging process, as it often involves the use of multiple steps and technologies. The costs of DSP can also be significant, making it a major factor in the overall cost of biomanufacturing.

There are a number of opportunities to improve DSP. These include:

  • Developing new technologies for the isolation and purification of biomolecules

  • Improving the efficiency of existing technologies

  • Developing new strategies for process integration

  • Collaborating between industry, research, and academia

If you are interested in the future of downstream processing in biomanufacturing, we encourage you to register for the roundtable.


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