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17th International Process Development Conference to Feature Presentations on Safety, Process Development, Crystallization, PAT, Scale-Up and Production

The 17th International Process Development Conference will take place on May 16-19, 2010 in Baltimore, MD, USA. This innovative annual event offers a prestigious roster of industry professionals and pioneers who will share their knowledge and experience in process development, crystallization, safety, scale-up, production, and emerging technologies.

Columbia, MD (PRWEB) October 11, 2009 -- METTLER TOLEDO announces the 17th International Process Development Conference will take place May 16-19, 2010 in Baltimore, MD, USA. During the 17th International Process Development Conference, industry and academic speakers will give presentations on topics including process safety, process research & development, crystallization, Process Analytical Technology (PAT), scale-up and production.

The open forum format allows you the opportunity to learn and discuss the latest academia and industry developments. In addition to scientific presentations, there will be the opportunity to participate in product and application workshops.

During each International Process Development Conference, attendees have the opportunity to vote for the "Best Paper". The speaker with the most votes is announced during the Conference Awards dinner which takes place on the final evening of the Conference. The winner of the 2009 Best Paper Award was Adrian Daly from Pfizer, Ireland with his paper "Use of Online Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy for Process Understanding in API Manufacturing". Runners-up were Stephen Rowe from Chilworth Technology Ltd, UK (Process Safety Decisions Using RC1e™, RTCal™, iC Safety™ and Criticality Classes") and Prof. Allen Wright from University Newcastle, UK ("Safety and Other Aspects of Batch to Continuous Operation").

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