SCI/RSC Continuous Flow Technology III

14 - 16 March 2016, Cambridge, United Kingdom


Introduction
This three day Conference on Continuous Flow Technology is organised
by both the SCI and the RSC, combining previously successful 1 and
2 day symposia. This reflects the advances made with continuous
flow technology over recent years and the impact it is making right
across the chemicals industry spanning discovery applications, process
development advances and value for commercial manufacture of fine
and speciality chemicals. To reflect the mix of interests and applications
across the chemistry community, the symposium is structured as two
back to back events with options for attending two consecutive days
or all three.
The meeting is directed at individuals with a curiosity into what Flow is
and how it may benefit them or their organisations (covering aspects
from microfluidics to production scale manufacture) and those people
already involved in the area (by highlighting the latest developments
and cutting edge research to further stimulate appetites). This meeting
will be of particular interest to synthetic chemists, process development
chemists, chemical engineers and plant managers operating in
pharmaceutical, agrochemicals and the fine and speciality chemicals
industries.
Venue
Robinson College

Robinson College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Organised by
RSC Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Sector, RSC Speciality Chemicals Sector, SCI Fine Chemical Group
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