Cellular Bioprocess Technology Course at the University of Minnesota
Registration for the 2020 course is now open
The 2020 course will be held July 27–30, 2020.
Review recent advances in process research, learn the current state of technology, and see future opportunities with this concise, in-depth course.
Join leading researchers from around the world for this interactive four-day seminar covering the fundamentals and practical analysis of cell culture technology and bioengineering.
- Attend the definitive course in cell culture technology
- Learn fundamentals, practical analysis, and emerging tools and trends
- See complex data translated to relevant points for application
- Learn from three decades of research expertise and practical know-how presented in organized, user-friendly formats
Over 4,000 researchers from around the globe have attended this annual course held at the University of Minnesota. The course has also been hosted on-site by numerous companies.
Updated Course Notes for 2020
The course notes have been updated! All attendees will receive the 2020 lecture notes in binder format.
Highlights in 2020!
- Practical examples in continuous biomanufacturing
- Biomanufacturing for virus vaccines and cell therapy
- Overview of product characterization and protein variants
- Focal topic on control of glycosylation
- Targeted integration and cell engineering
- In-depth discussion on metabolic shift and control of lactate metabolism
What Makes This Course Special?
- Three decades of hard-earned knowledge and complicated research packaged in succinct, practical terms and examples
- This is not a conference; the materials, lectures, and breakout sessions are all designed to work cohesively to maximize information delivery
- It is uniquely designed for scientific professionals of diverse backgrounds in engineering and the physical and biological sciences
- Participants will come away with a renewed excitement for their own work