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This course will explore the fundamentals of manufacturing with biology: using case studies and practical examples of how Biochemical Engineers are helping to develop new cancer treatment and the application of stem cells in cell therapy. at University of London

Manufacturing new Medicines: Introduction to Biochemical Engineering

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This course will explore the fundamentals of manufacturing with biology: using case studies and practical examples of how Biochemical Engineers are helping to develop new cancer treatment and the application of stem cells in cell therapy.
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12th July 2024
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In this course we'll explore the fundamentals of manufacturing with biology: using case studies and practical examples of how Biochemical Engineers are helping to develop new cancer treatment and the application of stem cells in cell therapy.

There will the opportunity to visit the UCL Pilot Plant to see first hand how process engineering and R&D in this area can impact how pharmaceuticals will be made in future.

This course is particularly suitable for students who are would like a course where they can combine maths with sciences, or who are interested in a career in the growing sector of biotechnology.

Student must be studying Mathematics at A Level (or equivalent) OR a minimum of two science subjects. 

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Available dates
12th July 2024
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Suitable for
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
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