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Freeman Technology Co-Sponsoring Pharmaceutical Course

Freeman Technology is joining Gericke, Glatt, and K-Tron to sponsor a three-day course, organized by Mixing Consultants Inc., designed for pharmaceutical manufacturing professionals.

Featuring a completely new program delivered by academic experts from Rutgers University and recognized industry leaders, ‘Design and implementation of continuous pharmaceutical manufacturing processes’ runs in Bethesda, MD, November 28-30, and in Zurich, Switzerland, December 12-14.

Professor Fernando Muzzio, director of the Engineering Research Center on Structured Organic Particulate Systems at Rutgers University, leads the course. He and fellow presenters take participants through fundamentals on day 1, integrated design and mechanical integration on day 2, and modelling and control on day 3.

Tim Freeman, managing director of Freeman Technology, will present a session on ‘Measuring and understanding powder flow’. “I’ve been teaching on Mixing Consultants courses for a number of years now and they are always stimulating events that I am very pleased to be associated with,” said Freeman. “As well as the formal sessions there is plenty of opportunity for participants to spend time with, and really learn from, the presenters and course leaders, and to tap into their considerable experience and expertise. I’m looking forward to well-attended sessions and lively discussion as always."

Full details of the course program, fees, and how to register are available at www.freemantech.co.uk/en/news-and-events/events.html

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