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Synthetic Fuel Production Goes Large-Scale

Posted in Energy on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010. No comments yet
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In a study by Hart Energy Consulting, they project: …global biofuels demand is still projected to grow by an impressive 133% by 2020 – primarily by government policies and market mandates. At the recent Emerson Exchange meeting in San Antonio, Texas, Emerson’s Al Novak had a chance to share his thoughts on biofuels in a […]

Bioreactor Electronic Workflow Project at WBF Conference

Posted in Data Management, Life Sciences on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010. No comments yet
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Emerson’s Christie Deitz and Bristol-Meyers Squibb’s Joe Maguire are presenting, Electronic Workflow for a Bioreactor, at the 2010 WBF North American Conference this week in Austin. Their abstract: Automating workflow and eliminating paper batch records can provide many benefits, including reducing deviations, expediting batch review and release, improving real-time inventory management, and utilizing industry and […]

Paperless, Release by Exception Electronic Workflows

Posted in Operations Management on Thursday, March 11th, 2010. No comments yet
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If your current work processes are causing delays in getting your manufactured products released for sale, you may want to catch Christie Deitz‘, Electronic Workflow for a Bioreactor presentation. She’ll be co-presenting with an automation engineer from a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer at the 2010 World Batch Forum North American Conference, which will be held May […]

Automation Advancements in Bioprocessing

Posted in Life Sciences on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010. No comments yet
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Bioprocess International magazine recently published an interesting article, The Time Has Come for Automation in Bioprocessing. Bioprocessing has moved down the spectrum from art to science where automation can efficiently and reliably handle routine tasks. The authors described the advancement of automation: Major companies have introduced automation in the form of communication between traditionally standalone […]