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Learn about pharma-tech at next week’s BioBreakfast

Register by Friday to hear ILC Dover's Saroj Patnaik speak.

Breakfast with a side of learnin'. (Photo by Flickr user joefoodie, used under a Creative Commons license)

DelawareBio is hosting a BioBreakfast March 16, and the deadline to register is Friday.
The breakfast is called Realizing Quality Benefits from Technology, and it will feature Saroj Patnaik, the executive director of ILC Dover, which is an engineering and production company best known for making NASA spacesuits.
He’ll talk about a technology that controls contamination and exposure in making a product that also helps achieve product realization faster, and cost-effectively, while still complying with the Pharmaceutical Quality System.
The breakfast, from 7:30 to 9 a.m., is at the Delaware Biotechnology Institute in Newark. It’s free for members, people “in transition” and students, and $50 for non-members.

Companies: ILC Dover

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