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Bioprocessing Facilities 2011 Conference to be held Aug. 8-9 in San Diego
Date:3/8/2011

ORINDA, Calif., March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Management teams specializing in facilities, systems, and equipment for R&D, scale-up and manufacturing of biologics (biopharmaceuticals, vaccines, biotherapeutics and biodiagnostics) will meet at the Bioprocessing Facilities 2011 Conference Aug. 8-9 at the Hilton San Diego Resort to examine best-in-class industry solutions.

The conference will detail management experience, lessons learned, findings, and insights on cGMP bioprocessing facilities including new plans for reduced capital and operating costs; successful models for people and materials flow; implementation strategies for modular and disposable technologies; capacity planning approaches for mixed-use, multiproduct facilities; plans that maximize flexibility and speed to market; advances in MEP and processing equipment and more.

Speakers will include representatives from Fraunhofer USA, on their first-of-its-kind cGMP facility for plant-based protein production that does not require large-scale culturing or fermentation processes; Statens Serum Institute of Copenhagen, Denmark, an international research, production and service enterprise involved in vaccine and biologics development and diagnostic services; and Texas A&M's 155,000-sf National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing (NCTM), which has the capacity for developing and producing multiple biological products using multiple production technologies.

For more information about Bioprocessing Facilities 2011, visit http://www.TradelineInc.com/Bioprocessing2011.

About Tradeline, Inc.

Tradeline, Inc. produces an annual series of conferences on leading-edge planning, design, and construction of facilities as well as the management of facilities portfolios and workplace support services. Tradeline is also an Internet publisher of breaking news, special reports, webcasts, and other resources enabling facilities professionals to make better investment and operating decisions for the future of their respective institutions.

For more information about Tradeline, visit http://www.TradelineInc.com.

Media contact: Bill Nothofer, Tradeline, Inc., (925) 254-1744, ext. 19; bnothofer@tradelineinc.com.


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