Pre-COVID our lives were full of in-person trainings, seminars and industry conferences. Now, ten months into the pandemic with travel and in-person meetings eliminated or severely reduced, we are all looking to find ways to stay connected to industry developments and to hear information about new tools and technologies.
As a result of the lack of in-person events, several companies have created digital information hubs. These provide a wealth of information, including the posters and presentations that would have been presented at in-person events. Alternatively, now these resources are available in a digital hub environment. A digital hub permits the user to easily navigate to a specific type of content, i.e. posters or presentations or to different topics, i.e. upstream, downstream, gene therapy, etc.
One example of a digital information hub with an expansive choice of topics is Pall’s recently launched of digital hub for webinars, blogs, posters and presentations. They have created a hub for each type of content with the ability to sort by category, application, content type, and author/presenter.
Content categories include monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins, cell and gene therapy, and vaccines.
Recent hot topic content covers:
- Process validation and process development services
- Sterile filtration
- Viral clearance
- Formulation and aseptic filling
- Continuous bioprocessing
- Modular biomanufacturing