Today, we spotlight the award for:
Some significant achievements receive high-profile acknowledgment, whereas others have quietly led to improvements in research, development, cell-line engineering, downstream processing, analytical methods, regulatory preparations, and commercial manufacturing — somewhat “behind the scenes.” Yet the history of the modern biopharmaceutical industry is one of human inventiveness and entrepreneurial risk-taking. All personal achievements, large and small, and from a range of corporate departments, functions, and professional disciplines, contribute to the success of our industry. Nominate someone you know whose work this past 18 months has made a significant difference in how you do your work and/or how your process and/or business operates. Can you point to how this achievement may improve process efficiencies and ease the route to commercialization?
The BioProcess International Awards will be handed out this October at the BioProcess International event in Boston. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Jennifer Pereira.
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