The world is full of information and ideas - sorting and structuring them is the key to develop. Sartorius Stedim Biotech supports with the first step of structuring by creating a focus area around developments and innovations in single-use manufacturing for the biopharmaceutical industry. It doesn't matter, if you are interested in single-use technologies like bioreactors and bags or whole applications: Experts of all areas are sharing their experiences and knowledge to inspire you. Pick the most relevant topics for you.
You can expect a various and growing number of articles, recorded webinars and short, powerful expert talks. Furthermore, you will get an overview of upcoming webinars to specific topics around single-use trends, process improvements and product developments for bioprocess manufacturing.
Stay up-to-date by reading the latest publications and scientific articles about single-use developments. Discover case studies or get inspired by interviews with bioprocess insiders.
This article from Sartorius Stedim Biotech describes the complexity of operating a successful global supply chain to deliver single-use systems for utilization in the biopharmaceutical industry. Sartorius Stedim Biotechs’ intelligent approach to supply chain management and its model will be detailed and how different expert teams maintain the operational excellence in an ever-changing global biopharmaceutical market.
This article from Sartorius Stedim Biotech describes how determining the correlation between liquid leakage and microbial ingress can be used to define Maximum Allowable Leakage Limits of single-use systems for different process steps.
How to reduce costs, while still increasing speed, and flexibility in biologics manufacturing currently represent major issues for the biopharma industry. Read more about the evolution of automation for single-use technology towards modular packaging units.
To ensure product quality and patient safety of biopharmaceuticals manufactured in single-use (SU) systems, interactions between drug substances/products and extractables/leachables and particulate matter must be controlled. Read more about the results of extraction and particle classification studies.
Industry experts presenting on challenges and solutions around diverse single-use topics. Get excited by new results and possibilities.