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January 16, 2018: Product identified by key industry publication as one of the most exciting commercial drug development and manufacturing technologies, tools or services released during the past year

February 27, 2018: New offices, labs and manufacturing space for development and optimization of customer processes

September 28, 2016: A series of new product launches being planned for Biotech Week Boston in October

January 29, 2018: New name reinforces Pall's commitment to providing standard configurable single-use, stainless steel and hybrid technologies for fed-batch and continuous processes across upstream, downstream and formulation and filling applications in biotech

July 26, 2017: Announcing a new bioreactor control system - the first in Pall's next generation of unifying technologies for a seamless, fully controlled, and value-based user experience

November 9, 2017: New training courses starting early 2018 focused on continuous bioprocessing advances will detail the state of the industry, and the advantages and practical implications of transitioning from batch to semi- or fully-continuous bioprocess methodologies

April 15, 2018: Patrnership to bring together Artesyn Biosolutions' valves and fluid handling technologies with Pall's Allegro solutions including bioreactors, range of downstream automated equipment and mixers to enable customers to implement efficient single-use manufacturing lines

July 23, 2018: New partnership to integrate novel biologics and biosimilars process know-how and regulatory experience from molecule selection to full commercialization, with efficient upstream and downstream process equipment and facility design solutions for manufacturers

November 21, 2017: Introducing a new and robust solution for the economic clarification of mAb (monoclonal antibody) cell cultures without the need for centrifugation or process additives

December 13, 2017: Several recent and upcoming high-profile partnership announcements announced to help advance the drug production industry through key technology innovations

October 5, 2016: New collaboration to deliver complete solutions for industrial-scale bioreactor expansion of human Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cells (hMSCs), to accelerate product development, reduce clinical translation timelines and streamline the commercialization pathway for stem cell-based therapies

October 4, 2016: Multiple breakthrough technologies announced to enable integrated, process-scale continuous production of biotherapies in single-use format

Feb 21, 2018: New centre to benefit students and the wider Biotech industry through direct access to the latest technologies including chromatography column packing and filter integrity testing apparatus

April 26, 2016: This new product will eliminate reliance on centrifugation for cell culture clarification, reducing buffer requirements by around 75%, and create a continuous feed stream for direct integration with Pall's full portfolio

November 14, 2017: New modules enable fully continuous processes in UF/DF processing steps, available in a range of size formats for use in one or more locations of a continuous mAb downstream purification process

September 3, 2018: Celltheon and Pall to provide an integrated, cost-effective, time efficient end-to-end solution for research and bioproduction to expedite drug development and provide solutions for unmet needs in bioprocessing

June 15, 2015: Announcing Pall's signing of an exclusive license for acoustic wave separation (AWS), a disruptive technology from FloDesign Sonics (FDS) for cell culture clarification for both fed-batch and perfusion applications

September 11, 2015: Pall manufacturing facility in Ilfracombe, UK is singled out for its exceptional health and safety management systems

December 9, 2016: Cadence Acoustic Separator wins the BioProcess International (BPI) Award for best downstream processing application

October 13, 2016: Introducing a reliable, robust, universal single-use fluid handling connector - a genderless technology for the sterile connection of two fluid paths even in uncontrolled environments