About the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre
The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre is a collaboration between CPI, University of Strathclyde, UKRI, Scottish Enterprise and founding industry partners, AstraZeneca and GSK.
The new centre will ensure the UK is a technology and innovation leader in pharmaceutical manufacturing. The initial focus will be on technology translation for small molecule drug manufacture.
With a collaborative innovation culture and state-of the art facilities, the new facility will enable industry, academia, healthcare providers and regulators to work collaboratively to address challenges and maximise technology opportunities within the medicines supply chain.
Due for completion in 2021, the facility itself will be located at the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland site in Renfrewshire, Scotland.
Find out more about the facility
Confirmed speakers are as follows:
Managing Director, Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre, CPI
Grand Challenge 2 Lead, CPI
Grand Challenge 1 Lead, University of Strathclyde
Arrival, registration & networking lunch
Welcome and introduction to the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre – Dave Tudor, CPI
Key note speeches – TBC
Advanced Manufacturing in Scotland – TBC
Addressing industry challenges.
Grand Challenge 1 – John Robertson, University of Strathclyde
Grand Challenge 2 – Dave Berry, CPI
Next steps and future Grand Challenges – Dave Tudor, CPI
Travel and Accommodation
The Advanced Forming Research Centre is located just a 10 minute drive away from Glasgow airport. The closest train station is Glasgow city centre (Queen Street or Glasgow Central) which is a 30 min taxi ride to the venue. There is parking available on site for delegates who wish to drive.
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