Single-use innovation continues to be a hot topic, according to results from our 9th Annual Report and Survey of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturers. In fact, disposable products account for three of the top five new product development areas of interest this year among the 302 biomanufacturers we surveyed. Read more.
The BIOSTAT® STR is a fully scalable, single-use bioreactor with a conventional design. The system comprises a stainless steel support housing, a single-use bioreactor chamber, and a superior control system utilizing single-use sensors.
It is ideal for:
• Cell culture applications;
• Industrial and academic research;
• Process development and optimization;
• Seed cultivation for large scale bioreactors;
• Pilot and production scale.
Its advanced control platform offers an excellent solution for every budget and every need. Learn more.
In bioreactors, gases are introduced to the sterile vessel to both the liquid phase of the media and the gas phase in the head space to both supply the cells with the required oxygen and to control process conditions. The exhausted gas exits via a vent filter from the head space and it is important to use a filter of adequate size and construction to prevent it from clogging or becoming occluded with water. Read more.
The General Electric Company has been a sustainable business for over 120 years. One of GE's 300,000 employees is Gerard Gach, Director of Product Marketing with the GE Healthcare Life Sciences. When Gach was asked to develop a single-use product line, he wanted to make sure that the company wasn't going to make anything that would have a negative impact on the environment. Read more.
Biomanufacturing managers are embracing a flexible factory platform that accelerates their deployment of new capacity while lowering risk and reducing capital costs. This paper reviews a flexible production concept that can be deployed in 9 to 18 months at a total cost of less than 50% of conventional plants. Download now.