Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, today debuted several innovations in bioprocessing technologies and systems that address the evolving requirements of drug discovery and production for global biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
“We continue to set new standards as a leader in bioprocessing by helping our customers efficiently progress from drug discovery to large-scale commercial production, serving as their partner each step of the way.”
"Our scale and depth of capabilities are unmatched as a global bioprocessing partner for biopharma customers," said Greg Herrema, president, Biosciences, Thermo Fisher Scientific. "We expanded our capabilities during the last year with the addition of production chemical supply services and new instruments for the analytical lab, and continue to extend our leadership in cell culture with innovative, new media, single-use technology and cell factory products."
During the annual Interphex Conference and Exhibition, Thermo Fisher will showcase advancements in cell culture and bioprocessing solutions, including its new single-use bioprocessing film, single-use mixer and analytical testing services aimed at facilitating biomanufacturing quality, performance and efficiency. Interphex is being held at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center, New York City, April 23-25, 2013, Booth #2533.
"Our biopharma customers today face a changing and global landscape with a heightened focus on supply assurance, consistent quality and redundant manufacturing," said Cory Stevenson, vice president and general manager, BioProcess Production, Thermo Fisher Scientific. "We continue to set new standards as a leader in bioprocessing by helping our customers efficiently progress from drug discovery to large-scale commercial production, serving as their partner each step of the way."
From Discovery to Production
Bringing the biologic from discovery to development and production demands exceptional technologies and expertise. Thermo Fisher offers a deep understanding of the complex relationship between single-use film, cell culture media, single-use bioreactors and the biological systems used to produce vaccines and biologics. Highlights of Thermo Fisher's presence at Interphex include: