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BioData World Congress 2018

Date: 28-Nov-18 to 29-Nov-18
Location: Basel / Switzerland
The event created with the support of leading institutes such as Genomics England, Sanger Institute, Broad Institute and the NHS. As well as these leading research institutes, Biodata brings together global heads of IT, data, analytics, bioinformatics, computational biology, translational medicine etc from leading pharmaceutical companies. Now moving to one of the world’s premier life science hubs, the event will help participants successfully tackles the challenges that face them in reference to massive data sets and the problems they are encountering with handling and processing this vast amount of information. The key focus area is about delivering actionable insight from the vast amounts of data. We will be covering data storage and management, data discovery and generation, AI &...

4th European Congress on Tatoo and Pigment Research

Date: 26-Mar-19 to 28-Mar-19
Location: Bern / Switzerland
The congress will gather participants from all over Europe and outside working in the field of tattoos, pigment research, and tattoo related medicine. Experts will present lectures ranging from the practice of tattooing up to the treatment of tattoo complications. Main topics will be: PRE-CONGRESS SEMINAR: COMING EUROPEAN UNION REGUALTION OF Main Topics: The world of tattoos, tattooing and Permanent make-up and medical tattooing, a rapidly growing Tattoo and pigment research at the cutting Clinical complications, prevention and treatment Ink ingredients, chemical analysis and regulatory Industry seminars (ink manufacturers and suppliers, instrument makers) Tattooist and PMU artists’ Tattoo removal by lasers and novel ...

Practical Approaches to Quality and Development by Design (QDbD)

Date: 09-Apr-19 to 11-Apr-19
Location: Basel / Switzerland
QDbD is no longer a regulatory initiative; because QDbD is good development, QDbD is an industry initiative supported by regulators. This course focuses on practical approaches to accelerated QDbD implementation, and it makes practical recommendations for realistic implementation of QDbD elements. Participants will learn how to prioritize process parameters for screening designs, how to design robust processes using statistical design of experiments (DoE), how to bridge the bench and the commercial design spaces using mixing and scale-up calculations, how to quantify process risk, how to select suitable process analytical technology tools (PAT) and more. Effective technology transfer to pilot and manufacturing plants is also discussed, including process validation in the QDbD.