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Manufacture Quality & Compliance, Small Molecules, Analytical Science, Bioprocessing - Upstream & Downstream, Bioprocessing - Upstream & Downstream

The Bioprocess Model Maker

Industry is waking up to the fact that modeling can reduce time and costs in bioprocess development, while also helping to meet Quality by Design (QbD) initiatives. In recent years, data-driven models, in particular, are becoming a popular choice, but developing such models is not straightforward. It is crucial to remember that a model’s success hinges on the data used to create it. Jarka Glassey, Professor of Chemical Engineering Education at Newcastle University, UK, tells us more.

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Jarka Glassey

Jarka Glassey is Professor of Chemical Engineering Education at Newcastle University, UK.

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