Disposing of the Past and Embracing Single-Use Technology
Single-use technology is ready to lend a helping hand to biomanufacturing, but is the industry ready to turn away from stainless steel? A hybrid manufacturing model could benefit from the best of both worlds.
Stephanie Sutton |
Recently, we spoke with Kamal Rashid, director of the Biomanufacturing Education and Training Center (BETC) at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, US, about the emerging impact of single-use technologies. Rashid specializes in developing and delivering biotechnology and biomanufacturing training programs and has also been honored with awards for his academic services. BETC combines classroom instruction with hands-on training in a fully functional pilot-scale biomanufacturing facility – which includes single-use technologies. After all, single-use systems could be the future of biomanufacturing so it’s important to train end users how to deploy them effectively.
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