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On the brink of commercialisation

After 10-20 years in development, many cell and gene therapies are now on the brink of commercialisation. But the challenges of bringing these therapies to market in a safe, efficient, and cost-effective way should not be underestimated.

Join our expert panel as they explore how the industry is using current expertise, barrier technology, single-use pathways and automation to design manufacturing environments to meet these challenges.

Key discussion points include:

  • The challenges of commercialising cell and gene therapies
  • Key attributes of ATMP platforms for efficient manufacturing
  • Developing process design around single-use systems
  • Addressing the skills challenge and training requirements
  • Case studies and future perspectives  


Read more about the challenges of commercialisation for cell and gene therapies/ATMPs

Advances in low maintenance chemical dosing

Careful management of water and wastewater systems on industrial and utility sites is essential in ensuring environmental compliance, staff safety, and mitigating reputational and financial risk. Dosing pump failure, and even routine maintenance of equipment, can put systems out of service for significant periods and draw operatives away from other critical work. 

Join industry and engineering specialists as they discuss technology developments in chemical metering. Hear about real-world applications where longer service life has been designed into the latest equipment and find out how future developments could overcome your water system challenges. 

Read more about how our products can help to mitigate dosing pump failure and reduce maintenance

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High performance chemical dosing


Industry experts discuss high performance chemical dosing and how using the right pump technology can reduce your costs.

This webinar looks at the critical process of water treatment in industrial production and explores how best practice in chemical dosing is a key factor in mitigating risks from breaches in health and safety and compliance.

The panel consists of engineering professionals and water treatment specialists from RSE (Ross-shire Engineering) and WMFTS.


Read more about how using the right pump technology can reduce your costs

Choosing the right pump technologies

Our expert panel discusses how choosing the right pumping technologies to make processes more efficient requires an understanding of the complete system. Key discussion points include:

  • How different product characteristic suit different pump types
  • Where product integrity can be maximised to increase yields and quality
  • How manufacturing efficiencies remain the main source of competitive advantage


How choosing the right positive displacement pumps today will save you in the future

Using technology to increase yield in cheese manufacturing


Increasing numbers of dairies are finding a quick return on investment and a boost to bottom-line profitability, by switching technologies for targeted tasks such as cheese curd processing and yoghurt transfer.

Our expert team looks at the practical challenges in choosing the right processing equipment, and the positive results delivered by simple changes to processes that led to increased yield.


Learn more and download our industry report: How to improve production yields in the dairy industry



Accelerating personalized medicine


How the pandemic is driving innovation in bioprocessing

Find out about the challenges of manufacturing personalized medicines and the lessons learned from the pandemic with personalized medicine and vaccine-producer Oxford Biomedica, Franz Ziel and Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group.

Watch this webinar on demand and download the industry report. Hear from global experts on the bioprocessing challenges of personalized medicines and ATMPs, latest developments in the industry and potential for the future.


Learn more about how the pandemic is driving innovation in bioprocessing