The Events CRD are planning to attend will be listed here:
Manufacturing the Future 2015 Conference, TBA, Glasgow, UK
ACHEMA, 15-19th June at Frankfurt, Germany
Dial-a-Molecule. Closed Loop Optimisation Symposium, April 16 at GSK, Stevenage, UK
BCA Spring Meeting, York, 30 March - 2nd April, 2015 , UK
Crystallisation & Polymorphism for Discovery Chemists, 16 April, 2015, London, UK
Manufacturing the Future 2014 Conference, 23 September, 2014, Glasgow, UK
International Symposium on Industrial Characterization(ISIC) - 19 Exhibition, 16-19 September, 2014, Toulouse, France
IUCr - 23rd Congress and general assembly, 5-12 August, 2014, Canada
British Association of Crystal Growth (BACG) Spring Meeting, Leeds, 13-150 July, 2014 , UK
BCA Spring Meeting, Loughbourough, 7-10 April, 2014 , UK
Manufacturing the Future 2014 Conference, 19 March, 2014, Glasgow, UK
ArabLab, 17 - 20th March, 2014, Dubai, Middle East
RSC Continuous Flow Technology in Industry Symposium, York, 19-21 March
Pittcon, Orlando, 11-15 March
28th SCI Process Development Symposium, Cambridge, 7th-9th December
3rd Symposium on Continuous Flow Reactor Technology for Industrial Applications, October 3-4, Lake Como, Italy
American Chemical Society (ACS) Fall National Meeting and Exposition, August 22-26
Electrochem 2010 14-15 September, Wolverhampton, UK
1st RSC/SCI Symposium on Continuous Processing and Flow Chemistry 3-4th November, Stevenage UK
28th SCI Process Development Symposium 8-10th December, Cambridge UK
In 2009 CRD exhibited at a number events including:
42nd IUPAC Congress
IChemE Particles (of all shapes and sizes) into liquids
Problem Solving in Design, Synthesis and Process
27th SCI Process Development Symposium
For a comprehensive listing of Chemistry Events and Conferences around the world, the Royal Society of Chemistry events database is a good source.
Uniqsis specialise in fully integrated flow chemistry systems. Cambridge Reactor Design have formed a collaborative agreement for marketing the Gastropod gas liquid module and the Polar Bear Tubular Reactor.
The Ley Group. The Innovative Technology Centre (ITC) was established in 2005 by the distinguished Professor Steven V. Ley CBE, FRS as a centre of excellence for the study and development of advanced chemical synthesis tools and methodologies. Designed as a state of the art flexible teaching and research environment the centre is embedded in the vibrant academic community of the University of Cambridge Department of Chemistry.
The Filtration Society has lots of useful information and arranges interesting events for those wanting to understand more about their filtration and washing processes.
To help you with equipment selection for Filtration, take a look at the filtration-and-separation.com website.
If you want to find out more about the versatility of Wonderware software there’s plenty of information on Wonderware website.