Of Microbrews and Medicines: Understanding Their Similarities and Differences in Bioprocessing Can Help Improve Yields and Quality While Reducing Cost

Meeting a biopharmaceutical scientist or engineer who proclaims a love for brewing is not surprising. Perhaps it’s because of the challenge of mixing raw ingredients together and waiting patiently for the final product, maybe it’s the hands-on nature of the equipment or the data analytics entertainment, or it just might be the simple joy of creating something. Whatever attracts a scientist or engineer to making medicines and/or craft brews, a surprising number of principles hold true for both bioprocesses despite the significant differences between biopharmaceutical and brewing practices.

Author Lisa J. Graham examines how different software and hardware applications can provide the scientific insight required for success with either type of bioprocessing. Techniques for developing both process analytical technology (PAT) and novel data analytics approaches could cross over between these biotechnology industries.

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