Taking place on the 14-15 September, the hybrid event will provide professionals exclusive insights and updates for the global cleanroom and controlled environment industries
The annual Cleanroom Technology Conference, scheduled to take place at The National Conference Centre in Birmingham on 14-15 September, will be available in both virtual and in-person formats for ticket holders.
Tailored for those working in the cleanroom and controlled environments industries, the event will enable delegates to enhance their expertise, review the latest industry guidance and insights and adopt a broader and global perspective of real-time practices used by experts.
In the form of case studies, lectures and talks from a panel of international experts, the event will cover a wide breadth of industry topics over the course of two days.
The topics include regulations and standards, microbiology, containment, operation and validation, consumables, clothing & PPE, GMP audits, sterilisation, cleanroom design and safe utility usage.
By providing in-depth knowledge, delegates will leave feeling refreshed and ready to redefine their cleanrooms for 2022 and beyond.
The hybrid event structure will allow delegates to attend virtually or in-person, enabling everyone to safely attend. All of those attending will be able to share knowledge and engage with industry peers via the use of the event platform.
The event will once again be co-located with Manufacturing Chemist Live, sponsored by GEA, which is an event aimed for those working in the biopharma and pharma industries - closely aligned with cleanroom and containment specialists.
Manufacturing Chemist Live will take a closer look at the whole pharmaceutical supply chain, from drug discovery to development and delivery.
The special “Early-Bird” discount is coming to an end on the 4th May, save up to 20% off by purchasing your delegate ticket today!
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The event is still accepting speaker submissions.
Please contact Jocelyn with your abstract on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 207 193 1285.