Upcoming Microbiology Events : 2020-10


Rapid ATP-Bioluminescence for Non-Sterile Product Testing: Roadmap to Implementation

: 14 Oct 2020 - 14 Dec 2020

: Webinar

Sector: Pharmaceutical Type: Webinar

Summary : Join this webinar to learn about the global implementation of the Celsis® ATP-bioluminescence system for non-sterile material testing using the validation approach according to USP <1223>, Ph. Eur. 5.1.6, and PDA TR33. more...

COVID-19 Prevention Measures,& Best Practices for Cleaning and Sterility Testing - Webinar Series

: 22 Oct 2020 - 3 Dec 2020

: Webinar

Sector: Pharmaceutical Type: Webinar

Summary : Hosted by Tim Sandle, RSSL’s complimentary sterility webinar series continues with three new sessions to guide you through the complexities around COVID-19 prevention measures, best practices for cleaning and sterility testing. more...

Short Webinar: The New EN 17141 and its Implications for Culture-Based Active Air Sampling

: 27 Oct 2020 - 1 Feb 2021

: Webinar

Sector: Pharmaceutical Type: Recorded Webinar

Summary : EN 17141, a new European standard for biocontamination control, has recently come into effect in Europe.   It replaces ISO 14698 Parts 1 and 2 from 2003, the previous standard for biocontamination control in cleanrooms and associated more...

Short Webinar: Key Challenges When Selecting Media for Media Fill Tests

: 27 Oct 2020 - 1 Feb 2021

: Webinar

Sector: Pharmaceutical Type: Recorded Webinar

Summary : In this 10-minute quick tutorial, our expert Adèle Gisselmann will guide you through the requirements for aseptic manufacturers when selecting media for media fill tests or aseptic process simulations.   Key requirements for more...

Short Talk: MAS-100 NT | Validation of the HEPA Filter

: 27 Oct 2020 - 1 Feb 2021

: Webinar

Sector: Pharmaceutical Type: Recorded Webinar

Summary : Viable Air Samplers are used for quantitative determination of airborne contamination in cleanrooms for aseptic manufacturing. To maintain the cleanliness of the environment, the exhaust airflow should neither disturb the unidirectional more...