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Confirmed Partners and Exhibitors

The ISIC 20 Conference wishes to thank the following industry partners for their confirmed support of ISIC 20 in Dublin.


Platinum Partner

 


APC Ltd

APC Ltd is an award-winning and rapidly growing science- and technology-driven company based in Dublin. APC’s technology, capabilities, and team help our global biotech and pharmaceutical partners accelerate the development and launch of their medicines. Our vision is to make APC & Ireland, the go to place for advanced pharmaceutical & biotech R&D and to ultimately help patients, all over the world, gain access to their medicines in a quicker, safer, more reliable & cost-effective manner. APC now operate from their world-class Pharmaceutical & Biotech R&D Facility in Cherrywood Business Park, Co Dublin. This state of the art facility allows APC bring together unique technology with a world class team of scientists & engineers. In the space of 6 years, the company has pioneered innovation in the sector & APC now partner with 8 of the top-10 pharma & 5 of the top-10 biotech firms in the world.


Gold Partner


The Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre (SSPC)

The Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre (SSPC), a Global Hub of Pharmaceutical Process Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing, funded by Science Foundation Ireland and industry, is a unique collaboration between 24 industry partners, 9 research performing organisations and 12 international academic collaborators.

 

The SSPC transcends company and academic boundaries and is the largest research collaboration in Ireland, and one of the largest globally, within the pharmaceutical area. The role of the SSPC is to link experienced scientists and engineers in academia and the pharmaceutical industry, to address critical research challenges.


Silver Partner


Pixact 

Pixact develops and supplies measurement systems for the online diagnostics of process suspensions. Our technology utilizes optical imaging and real-time image analysis. We support our customers in the implementation of new technology from the evaluation phase to the mill-scale roll-out.
In crystallization processes, the Pixact technology is used to optimize and control e.g. the seeding and growth phases. With the help of our technology, the yield can be increased and quality variations minimized.


Exhibitors


Technobis Crystallization Systems

Technobis Crystallization Systems is a world leading technology provider for solid-state research, process development, and formulation. Our mission is to make researchers over the world more successful by providing smart and fast solutions, based on our unique technology, knowledge, and expertise.

Our workflow consists:

CrystalBreeder™ is the first crystallizer for development and discovery, carrying out crystallization screens with 1mg of sample.

Crystal16® is a multiple reactor station providing screening solutions for solubility determination, medium-throughput crystallization at 1ml scale.

With 8 independently controlled reactors and analytical capabilities, Crystalline™ is a unique product at 5 ml scale for process development and formulation.

Thermoanalytik Karger

Thermoanalytik Karger is an independent company that understands your laboratory equipment demands. We have the know-how to tailor perfect solutions that suit your applications, from a vast range of products. We focus purely on finding affordable solutions to your analytical challenges including consultancy, sales, product design and aftersales service.

We focus purely on finding affordable solutions to your analytical challenges including consultancy, sales, product design and after sales service.

Helping you to discover a route to faster decision making, ‘on time’ deliveries with a friendly listening ear that understands your demands, contact Thermoanalytik Karger.

The SSPC transcends company and academic boundaries and is the largest research collaboration in Ireland, and one of the largest globally, within the pharmaceutical area. The role of the SSPC is to link experienced scientists and engineers in academia and the pharmaceutical industry, to address critical research challenges.

Particular Sciences Ltd

Particular Sciences Ltd. specialise in the physical properties of chemicals and materials for industry and research throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland. Our Company’s mission is “to uphold excellence in material characterisation and life sciences technologies, and to deliver the highest quality of technical support to customers”.
Particular Sciences has 28 years experience in selling and supporting precision instruments from the leading manufacturers of these advanced technologies.

Particular Sciences Ltd. provides full installation services, technical support, user training and validation service.

We also provide sample evaluation, method guidance, demonstrations and instrument rentals.

EPSRC CMAC

EPSRC CMAC Future Manufacturing Research Hub is an international hub for manufacturing research and training. As part of the 7-year hub programme, CMAC academic partners are working together with industry and our purpose is to transform manufacturing and process development processes for medicine supply chains of the future.  CMAC has been established through close collaboration with industry (GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca, Novartis, Bayer, Roche, Lilly & Takeda) a range of technology companies. The CMAC National Facility offers contract research support through the delivery of services within crystallisation (batch & continuous), process development, formulation, product/process analysis and advanced materials characterisation.  In particular, applying our expertise in crystallisation, PAT and

The CMAC National Facility offers contract research support through the delivery of services within crystallisation (batch & continuous), process development, formulation, product/process analysis and advanced materials characterisation.  In particular, applying our expertise in crystallisation, PAT and high-end analytical services.


Sponsored Symposium

Tuesday 5th September

12:30-13:30

Theatre A