Challenges in Catalysis for Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals V

Friday, November 4, 2016

As a member of the RSC applied catalysis group we ran a conference at Burlington House on the Challenges in Catalysis for Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals V in conjunction with the SCI Fine Chemicals Group on the 2nd November. The event was attended by 90 people with about a 50/50 split between academia and industry.

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DoE training course for Chemists and Engineers - May 2017

Friday, November 4, 2016

We will be running a 2 day training course on the use of Design of Experiments (DoE) @ the Manchester Conference Centre, UK on the 16th and 17th May 2017. DoE is a statistical tool which enables the efficient exploration of potential reaction parameters and their effect on a process. DoE is a fundamental aspect of Quality by Design. The course will introduce the DoE Process and how to use it to develop and understand chemical reactions and processes.

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DoE training course for Chemists and Engineers - November 2016

Friday, July 8, 2016

We will be running a 2 day training course on the use of Design of Experiments (DoE) @ the The Park Hotel, South Gloucestershire, UK on the 9th and 10th November 2016. DoE is a statistical tool which enables the efficient exploration of potential reaction parameters and their effect on a process. DoE is a fundamental aspect of Quality by Design. The course will introduce the DoE Process and how to use it to develop and understand chemical reactions and processes.

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Short Course in Design of Experiments

Monday, October 5, 2015

Dr Paul Murray is running a short course in Design of Experiments (DoE) in conjunction with Scientific Update at the 3rd Winter Process Chemistry Conference at the University of Bath on the 16th December 2015.

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DoE training course for Chemists and Engineers - Hyderabad

Monday, October 5, 2015

I will be running a 3 day training course with Scientific Update on the use of Design of Experiments (DoE) @ Hotel Green Park in Hyderabad - 4th to 6th April 2016. DoE is a statistical tool which enables the efficient exploration of potential reaction parameters and their effect on a process. DoE is a fundamental aspect of Quality by Design. The course will introduce the DoE Process and how to use it to develop and understand chemical reactions and processes.

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DoE webinar

Friday, October 2, 2015

Dr Paul Murray gave a webinar on ‘An Introduction to DOE and its Use with Parallel Automation’ with Freeslate on Thursday 1st October.

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Scientific Update OPRD Conference Toronto

Friday, July 17, 2015

Dr Paul Murray, Paul Murray Catalysis Consulting, spoke at the Scientific Update Organic Process Research and Development conference in Toronto on ‘The application of advanced DoE for the efficient development of chemical processes’.

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DoE training course for Chemists and Engineers

Monday, January 26, 2015

I will be running a 3 day training course with Scientific Update on the use of Design of Experiments (DoE) @ the Sea Princess hotel in Mumbai - 13th to 15th April 2015. DoE is a statistical tool which enables the efficient exploration of potential reaction parameters and their effect on a process. DoE is a fundamental aspect of Quality by Design. The course will introduce the DoE Process and how to use it to develop and understand chemical reactions and processes.

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DoE training course for Chemists and Engineers

Monday, January 26, 2015

I will be running a 3 day training course with Scientific Update on the use of Design of Experiments (DoE) @ the Sea Princess hotel in Mumbai - 13th to 15th April 2015. DoE is a statistical tool which enables the efficient exploration of potential reaction parameters and their effect on a process. DoE is a fundamental aspect of Quality by Design. The course will introduce the DoE Process and how to use it to develop and understand chemical reactions and processes.

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Case Study 6

Sunday, November 2, 2014

A Client observed a more than 10% of a high molecular weight impurity during the large-scale manufacture of an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API). A Redox-Neutral Alcohol-Amine Coupling reaction was a potential alternative process replacing the SN2 displacement of a tosylate. The Redox Neutral coupling removes the Potential Genotoxic Impurity (PGI).

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