As we enter 2020, Bioanalysis Zone cast a reflective eye over another exciting year in the bioanalytical field. In this editorial we breakdown the year into the ABCs of bioanalysis, covering the top interviews, news, discussion and conferences that 2019 had to offer.
PREP symposium chair Giorgia Carta (University of Virginia, VA, USA) summarises the 32nd international symposium, exhibit and workshops on preparative and process chromatography held in Baltimore (MD, USA) July 7–10, 2019 which brought together 350 people from 25 different countries.
As we wave goodbye to the summer and welcome in autumn, the Bioanalysis Zone team are preparing for a busy few months. Scroll through our highlights for the next 3 months in our conference and event highlights.
The Bioanalysis and Bioanalysis Zone team attended the 23rd International Reid Bioanalytical Forum (23–26 September, Cambridge, UK). In this report, we share five of our key highlights and take away messages from the conference.
Scientists came together at the inaugural AAPS workshop, Opportunities and Challenges in Translating Cell and Gene Therapy Products (4—5 September, London, UK) to to discuss cell and gene therapy pipelines across different disease areas and highlight recent breakthroughs in technology and approach.