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As our world changes, we remain dedicated to sharing our expertise as your solutions partner in diagnostic imaging, cellular and protein expression research and delivering enabling technologies for large-scale manufacturing of vaccines, biologics and cell therapy.

Although we are adapting to new ways of doing business, we will continue sharing knowledge and ideas in the pursuit of solutions that advance and accelerate therapies for patients.

We invite you to browse our upcoming library of webinars below.

Four Steps Toward Connected Biomanufacturing: A Pragmatic Approach to Start to Finish Processing
Avril Vermunt, Connected Biomanufacturing Program Manager, Cytiva

Watch on-demand      Recorded 8 April, 2020

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KUBio box – Filling the Current Gap in Viral Vector Manufacturing
Ellen Johnson, Enterprise Solutions Technology Leader, Cytiva

Watch on-demand      Recorded 15 April, 2020

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Controlling cell culture process variability through supplier enabled data management and analytics.
Aaron Woolstenhulme, Digital Commercial Leader, Cytiva

Watch on-demand      Recorded 22 April, 2020

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Maximize your PD and manufacturing capabilities
George White, Product Strategy Manager, Cell & Gene Therapy, Cytiva

Watch on-demand     Recorded 5 May, 2020

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Development of a second generation PlasmidSelect resin
Tony Hitchcock, Technical Director, Cobra Biologics

Watch on-demand     Recorded 6 May, 2020

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Rapid cycling protein A based fiber chromatography to address emerging downstream bottlenecks
Dr. Oliver Hardick, Business Leader, Cytiva

Watch on-demand      Recorded 13 May, 2020

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Implementation of process intensification strategies across the entire cell culture work flow
Andreas Castan, Ph D, Strategic Technology Collaborations Leader, Cytiva

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Taking Digital Control of Cell Therapy Logistics: An Advanced Therapy Treatment Centre network case study
Bill Shingleton, BSc, PhD, Alliances Manager, Cell & Gene Therapy

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Single-use and sustainability: continued studies using LCA tools
Bill Whitford, Strategic Solutions Leader Cell Culture, Bioprocess, Cytiva

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Real-time control executed by in-line sensing
Helena A.M. Öhrvik, PhD, Scientist, R&D BioProcess, Cytiva

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Bridging Cell and Gene Therapy Process Development with Next Generation Automation
Shannon S Eaker, PhD, Cell Therapy Tech Sales Leader, Enterprise, Cytiva

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Vaccine production in SU technology – how to maintain closed system processing
Chor Sing Tan, Senior Single Use Technology Applications Leader, Cytiva

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A scalable adeno associated virus production process, from cell culture to purified bulk
Åsa Hagner Mcwhirter, Senior Scientist, Cytiva

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Evolution of the Fibro chromatography platform: scale-up and what is beyond mAbs
Ian Scanlon, Staff Research Engineer, Cytiva

Register      Wednesday, 8 July, 2020      10:00AM EDT | 16:00 CEST

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A Pragmatic Approach to the Buy vs Build Manufacturing Dilemma
Joseph Phillips, Ph.D. - Senior Vice President & Head of Pharmaceutical Development ArmaGen, Inc.
Nacim Haderbache - Commercial Strategy Leader Cytiva
Carol Houts, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Germfree, Inc.

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Four Steps Toward Connected Biomanufacturing: A Pragmatic Approach to Start to Finish Processing
George White, Product Strategy Manager, Cell & Gene Therapy, Cytiva

29 April     10:00AM EDT | 16:00 CEST     Register

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Four Steps Toward Connected Biomanufacturing: A Pragmatic Approach to Start to Finish Processing
George White, Product Strategy Manager, Cell & Gene Therapy, Cytiva

29 April     10:00AM EDT | 16:00 CEST     Register

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Four Steps Toward Connected Biomanufacturing: A Pragmatic Approach to Start to Finish Processing
George White, Product Strategy Manager, Cell & Gene Therapy, Cytiva

29 April     10:00AM EDT | 16:00 CEST     Register

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