CPhI Worldwide, together with co-located events ICSE, InnoPack, P-MEC and FDF, hosts more than 42,000 visiting pharma professionals over three days. 2,500+ exhibitors from 153 countries gather at the event to network and take advantage of more than 150 free industry seminars.
ACT’s Annual Meeting provides the ideal venue for keeping abreast of emerging trends in the discipline of toxicology, for staying connected with friends and colleagues, and for making new connections. The Program is designed by and for members with the goal of providing excellent quality scientific and regulatory content that is directly applicable to the daily practice of toxicology.
This year, Agribusiness, the annual event for the UK agrisupply industry, takes the theme of ‘Taking a lead in Agri-Food Policy post Brexit’ with a strong line-up of speakers to lead the Brexit discussion in the area of agribusiness, agriculture and food.
The Medicinal Chemistry Roundtable Discussions Strategy Meeting is free to attend for qualified end-users.These include Senior Executives of Early Drug Discovery (from medium to large Pharma, Biopharma and Biotech players) as well as thought leaders from Academia and regulatory authorities.
Thought leaders who will benefit from attending include CXOs,
The fourth European REACH Congress. With a fresh theme and programme of discussions and presentations, we will move away from registration-based topics to the future challenges such as voluntary versus regulatory management of hazardous chemicals at manufacturing/formulating sites. The two day event encourages shared learning amongst industry,
Food Matters Live is the UK’s only cross-sector event bringing together the food and drink industry, retailers, foodservice providers, government and those working in nutrition, to enable collaboration and innovation to support a sustainable food landscape for the future.
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The first two Skin Metabolism Meetings took place in Edinburgh, Scotland, 2011 and Valbonne France, 2013 and were both very successful. These meetings showed that this exciting scientific domain is highly relevant for chemical, cosmetic and pharmaceutical applications and allowed new scientific collaborations to be formed.
DDL provides an annual forum for scientists, academics, clinicians, regulatory and industry specialists involved in developing medicines for inhalation. DDL2017 will have five themed sessions each with a combination of invited and submitted lectures given by experts in the field of inhalation and students working to advance respiratory science.