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4th International Conference on Bioprocess and Bio Therapeutics, will be organized around the theme “An ingenious approach to discover the recent developments in the field of Bioprocess and Bio Therapeutics”

Bioprocess 2016 is comprised of 12 tracks and 119 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Bioprocess 2016.

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As the market for bio products continues to grow, greater emphasis is being placed on improving bioprocesses to maximize yield and reduce costs. In situ real-time monitoring of critical process parameters through Process Analytical Technology (PAT) is necessary to monitor, characterize, optimize and control bioprocesses. Fermentation Technology, Bioprocess and Cell culture research involves Bioreactors and cell culture systems, Application of enzymes in bioprocess, Bioreactor design, instrumentation, control and automation, Future prospects for cell culture systems, Optimizing cell culture process, Fermentation aspects in new product development, Mathematical modeling for fermentation, new software techniques for solving optimization problems, Advances in high cell density fermentation. 5000 more Institutes are conducting research on Fermentation Technology, Bioprocess and Cell culture. In USA 5 billion USD were released in 2014 for Fermentation research and Cell culture research.

  • Track 1-1Bioreactors and cell culture systems
  • Track 1-2Advances in high cell density fermentation
  • Track 1-3New software techniques for solving optimisation problems
  • Track 1-4Mathematical modelling for fermentation
  • Track 1-5Fermentation aspects in new product development
  • Track 1-6Microbial fermentation
  • Track 1-7Future prospects for cell culture systems
  • Track 1-8Bioreactor design, instrumentation, control and automation
  • Track 1-9Application of enzymes in bioprocess
  • Track 1-10Opportunities and challenges of single use technologies

Biochemical engineering or biotechnology engineering or bioprocess engineering is a branch of chemical engineering that mainly deals with the design and construction of unit processes that involve biological organisms or molecules, such as bioreactors. Its applications are in the petrochemical industry, food, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and water treatment industries. Biochemical engineering involves Bioreactor and fermenter design aspects, Industrial biotechnology, Biological hydrogen production (Algae), Photo bioreactor Electrochemical energy conversion, Biofuel from algae, Bioreactor landfill, Moss bioreactor. Global wide 5000 institutes were conducting research on Biochemical Engineering. In USA 15 billion USA were released for Biochemical Engineering. And rest of the world 12 billion USD were released for Biochemical Engineering. 80,000 more industries were working on Biochemical Engineering.

  • Track 2-1Bioreactors and Its applications
  • Track 2-2Petrochemical industry
  • Track 2-3Biological hydrogen production (Algae)
  • Track 2-4Photo bioreactor Electrochemical energy conversion
  • Track 2-5applications of Biochemical engineering

Bioprocess sustainability and Product development is of critical importance. Technological advances in the production of new energy sources are making their way into our lives in more and more depth every day. However, there is an urgent need to address the technological challenges. Research involves GMP compliance for bioprocess, Engineering for sterilization, Development of bioprocess purification process, Bioprocess equipment design, Bioreactors design and development, Approaches to Cross Contamination, Postharvest technology and process engineering, food product development, product design and manufacturing 39 Institutes are conducting research to Development of Bioprocess. Worldwide 800 universities offering this course. $ 7000000 released per every year to Research and Development of Bioprocess engineering.

  • Track 3-1GMP compliance for bioprocess
  • Track 3-2Challenges and stratergies for formulation and delivery of biologics
  • Track 3-3Achieving optimal biotherapeutic production
  • Track 3-4Vaccine development and production
  • Track 3-5Postharvest technology and process engineering
  • Track 3-6Approaches To Cross Contamination
  • Track 3-7Bioreactors design and development
  • Track 3-8Development of bioprocess purification process
  • Track 3-9Engineering for sterilisation
  • Track 3-10Agricultural bioprocess engineering

The Cell Processing Facility is part of the Therapeutic Products Program and supports the development and manufacture of innovative cell-based therapies. Cell processing research involves Stem cell bioprocessing, Molecular bioprocessing, Cell and tissue reaction engineering, Stem cell treatments for multiple sclerosis, Difficulties in production of stem cell in bioreactors, Structure of biomolecules and Optimization cell culture technology & cell line development engineering. 38 CSIR Research institute are working on Cell processing research. And 29 universities offering Cell processing. 3 billion $ funds are released in Asia for year 2014. In Unites States $ 15K were released in 2014. There are 19483 industries working on Cell processing.

  • Track 4-1Analytical and cell Line Development
  • Track 4-2Advances in Cell Bioprocessing
  • Track 4-3Stem cell preservation
  • Track 4-4Optimization cell culture technology & cell line development engineering
  • Track 4-5Difficulties in production of stem cell in bioreactors
  • Track 4-6Stem cell treatments for multiple sclerosis
  • Track 4-7Cell and tissue reaction engineering
  • Track 4-8Molecular bioprocessing

Bioseparations engineering refers to the systematic study of the scientific and engineering principles utilized for the large-scale purification of biological products. separating the biomass (microbial cells) generally carried out by filtration or sedimentation, drying, crystallization, chromatography and centrifugation or ultra-centrifugation. If the product is biomass, then it is recovered for processing and spent medium is discarded. If the product is extra cellular the biomass will be discarded. Ultra filtration is an alternative to the centrifugation. Separation may be Solid-Liquid Separation, Liquid-Liquid Extraction, Precipitation and crystallization. purification of biomolecules generally involves the use of cross flow filtration or normal flow filtration combined with chromatographic separations. Bioprocess filtration involves Chromatographic removal of endotoxins, Laboratory filtration, Bioprocess purification and removal of cell debris, advanced chromatographic techniques for Enzyme purification, SDS-PAGE. 250 more institutes are conducting research on Bioprocess filtration. Universities offering from other part of the world. 10, 000, 00 $ funds are released in USA for year 2014. In other part of the world $ 50K were released. There are 7800 more industries working on Downstream Bioprocessing.

  • Track 5-1Bioprocess purification and removal of cell debairs
  • Track 5-2Bioprocess filtration
  • Track 5-3Advanced chromatographic techniques for Enzyme purification
  • Track 5-4Crystallization
  • Track 5-5SDS-PAGE
  • Track 5-6Sedimentation techniques

Access to safe food and beverages is fundamental for all human life. Farmers, suppliers, food testing labs, manufacturers, regulators, and consumers are all worried about potential food and beverage contamination. But how can you test for food and beverage contamination and quality. Food and Beverages research involves Fermentation of beverages, Food preservation by fermentation, Fermentation of dairy products, Microbial control strategies in bioprocessing, Biochemistry of microorganisms for food spoilage, Origin of fermentation of traditional food. Universal wide more than 500 institutes are conducting research on Food and Beverages which are produced by the bioprocess technology. 500000 USD were released annually for Food and Beverage research worldwide.

  • Track 6-1Fermentation of beverages
  • Track 6-2Food preservation by fermentation
  • Track 6-3Fermentation of dairy ptoducts
  • Track 6-4Microbial control stratergies in bioprocessing
  • Track 6-5Biochemistry of microorganisms for food spoilage
  • Track 6-6Origin of fermentation of traditional food
  • Track 6-7Food composition and quality control

Certain types of quality control (QC) testing are often outsourced by pharmaceutical companies, regardless of an organization’s size typically because the company is either incapable of performing the assays in-house or does not wish to bring them into its facility. Q.C and Bioprocess Research involves Filtration products for pharmaceutical QC, Enhancing manufacturing and developmental efficiency, QC organisms for performance qualification of culture media, Therapeutic drug monitoring reagents, calibrations and controls, Biosimilars, Bio production resources. Global wide more than 1000 Research institute are conducting research on Quality control and applications of bioprocess in Pharmaceutical production. $ 15 K funds were released in U.K and in Asia wide $ 200000 were released. And only in USA $ 20 K were released.

  • Track 7-1Filtration products for pharmaceutical QC
  • Track 7-2Enhancing manufacturing and developemental efficiency
  • Track 7-3QC organisms for performance qualification of culture media
  • Track 7-4Therapeutic drug monitoring reagents, calibrations and controls
  • Track 7-5Biosimilars
  • Track 7-6Bioproduction resources
  • Track 7-7Biosystems Engineering

The Fuel Cell Technologies Office is a comprehensive portfolio of activities that address the full range of barriers facing the development and deployment of hydrogen and fuel cells with the ultimate goals of decreasing our dependence on oil, reducing carbon emissions, and enabling clean, reliable power generation. Worldwide 250 research institutes are conducting research on fuel development technology. In USA 5 billion USD were releasing per year. Rest of the world 5 crore USD were released.

  • Track 8-1Overview and evaluation of fuel ethanol from cellulosic biomass
  • Track 8-2Marine natural products and bio molecules
  • Track 8-3Marine drug development
  • Track 8-4Biomass in renewable energy development
  • Track 8-5Advances in Fuel Development technology
  • Track 9-1Optimizing biologics
  • Track 9-2Lyophilization and emerging drying technologies
  • Track 9-3Protein aggregation and emerging analytical tools
  • Track 9-4Biocatalysis and bio-based chemical production
  • Track 9-5Plant-based expression and synthetic biology
  • Track 9-6Microbial production
  • Track 9-7Sterility testing
  • Track 10-1Biologic immunotherapy
  • Track 10-2Advancing bispecifics
  • Track 10-3Novel therapies for cancer
  • Track 10-4Display of antibodies
  • Track 10-5Engineering antibodies
  • Track 10-6Antibody-drug conjugates
  • Track 11-1Engineering genes and hosts
  • Track 11-2Aggregates and particles
  • Track 11-3Recombinant protein expression and production
  • Track 11-4CHO cell lines
  • Track 11-5Optimising expression platforms
  • Track 11-6Extractables and leachables
  • Track 12-1Biopharmaceutical drugs
  • Track 12-2Formulation techniques for biopharmaceuticals
  • Track 12-3Gene therapeutics, Nucleic acid and Cell therapy
  • Track 12-4Design and development of biotherapeutics
  • Track 12-5Tools for biotherapeutics generation
  • Track 12-6Dry biopharmaceuticals
  • Track 12-7Monoclonal antibodies
  • Track 12-8Cardiovascular Gene and Cell Therapy symposium
  • Track 12-9Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery