Unlocking the Potential: Raman Spectroscopy as Real-time Process Analytical Technology (PAT) for Automation and Enhanced Bioproduction

Real-time analytics using in-line and on-line technologies provide valuable insights into bioprocess parameters and cell-feeding strategies. Leveraging Process Analytical Technology (PAT), bioproduction processes can be optimized to deliver exceptional results. This includes developing scalable and transferrable processes in monoclonal antibody (mAb) bioproduction. PAT is a game-changer in the bioproduction industry, empowering manufacturers to stay ahead in a highly competitive market.

In this webinar, Dr. Nimesh Khadka, a senior R&D scientist at Thermo Fisher Scientific, will discuss how PAT in bioproduction is revolutionizing how premium products can be developed and manufactured. He will also explore the benefits of the implementation of PAT in bioproduction, including improved process efficiency, reduced manufacturing costs, and the ability to deliver high-quality products consistently.

Key learning objectives

  • Learn what the advantages are of Raman Spectroscopy as Process Analytical Technology (PAT)
  • Explore case studies that show the implementation of Raman as PAT for upstream and downstream processes
  • Understand how to use chemometrics as a tool to extract useful information from the complex matrix
  • Discover how the Thermo Scientific™ MarqMetrix™ All-In-One Process Raman Analyzer is a reliable, scalable, and accurate instrument with minimum inter-instrument variability allowing model transferability across instruments

Who should attend?

  • Process engineers
  • PAT scientists
  • Process development & team leaders
  • R&D team leaders
  • Process improvement champions
  • Those working in cell culture/bioproduction

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Nimesh Khadka
Nimesh Khadka
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Will Thompson
Will Thompson
Editorial Assistant, SelectScience