Revolutionizing Bioproduction: The Transformative Impact of Process Analytical Technology (PAT)

Learn how PAT is transforming the bioproduction industry with real-time analytics and optimizing bioprocess parameters. Join Dr. Nimesh Khadka, senior R&D scientist at Thermo Fisher Scientific, for a webinar that will provide insights into the benefits of PAT implementation, including enhanced process efficiency, reduced manufacturing costs, and consistent delivery of high-quality products.

Raman Spectroscopy: A Real-time PAT for Enhancing Automation and Bioproduction

Process Analytical Technology (PAT) has revolutionized the bioproduction industry by providing real-time analytics using in-line and on-line technologies. These technologies offer insights into bioprocess parameters and cell-feeding strategies, ultimately optimizing bioproduction processes. By leveraging PAT, manufacturers can streamline their processes and achieve exceptional results in monoclonal antibody (mAb) bioproduction, paving the way for scalability and process transferability.

In an upcoming webinar, Dr. Nimesh Khadka, a senior R&D scientist at Thermo Fisher Scientific, will discuss the transformative impact of PAT in bioproduction, highlighting the advantages it offers in developing and manufacturing premium products. Participants will gain insights into the benefits of PAT implementation, such as enhanced process efficiency, reduced manufacturing costs, and consistent delivery of high-quality products.

Key learning objectives of the webinar include understanding the advantages of Raman Spectroscopy as PAT, exploring case studies showcasing Raman’s application in upstream and downstream processes, utilizing chemometrics to extract valuable insights from complex data, and discovering how the Thermo Scientific™ Marqmetrix™ All-In-One Process Raman Analyzer provides reliable, scalable, and accurate measurements with minimal inter-instrument variability, facilitating model transferability across instruments.

The webinar is designed for process engineers, PAT scientists, process development and team leaders, R&D team leaders, process improvement champions

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