A breath of fresh air with Corning® HYPER Technology

Presented by

Julius Ang

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Traditional 2D stacked vessels have been widely accepted as production platforms for vaccines, cell and gene therapies. However, there are limitations in providing good gas supply to all layers without active gassing. Large scale vessels are also bulky and require additional handling and incubator space. With proper considerations, these vessels can perform adequately, however, there is a need to increase product yields and improve process and operational efficiencies to meet evolving market demands. To address this need, Corning offers HYPER (High Yield PERformance) technology including HYPERFlask® and HYPERStack® cell culture vessels which brings a breath of fresh air to adherent cultures in conventional stacked vessels. In addition to improving operations, HYPER vessels can generate greater yields per volumetric footprint saving time, space and labor. In this webinar, learn more about Corning’s HYPER gas-permeable film technology and how this unique approach optimizes production value in the fields of cell and gene therapy. About the presenter: Julius is currently the Applications and Technical Support Manager for Greater Asia. He first started his career in biologics as an Upstream Scientist with Baxter and Lonza, both in Singapore and the United Kingdom. He then moved into regional commercial roles at Thermo Fisher Scientific and Merck supporting various upstream technologies and providing technical consultation to customers in Asia. Julius has extensive experience in cell line development, high throughput selection, media development, bioreactor evaluations and process transfer to large scales.
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