The world has changed so much in the last year. You’ve been observing social distancing measures to flatten the curve, and yet it’s never been more important for the pharmaceutical industry to come together to share ideas. Creative thinking, communication and collaboration matter more than ever.

The FORGE, on 25 March, is an opportunity to connect with the pharmaceutical formulation community in a safe and secure virtual environment. Malvern Panalytical has teamed up with the Particle Characterization Interest Group  (PCIG – one of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s many special interest groups) to host an exciting line-up of speakers.

You’ll discover talks from leaders in the field, together with early-career scientists and pharmaceutical students. Presenters will share their latest research on the characterization of pharmaceutical formulations. They’ll also talk about what excites and motivates them to pursue their research.

Designed for students, academics, pharmaceutical scientists and anyone interested in discovering new research and fresh ideas, The FORGE will focus on the application of physical chemistry in understanding and predicting formulation performance. We have three jam-packed tracks of presentations and a selection of posters, covering:

  • Modeling
  • Characterization
  • Formulation in the real world

With so much to cover, The FORGE runs from 10 am to 4 pm, with the three tracks running in parallel. You can make your own agenda by picking and mixing the talks that appeal to you most. Wander into our exhibition hall to discover a range of short and sharp poster presentations or meet the event sponsors. You can take a look at the full program on the event’s dedicated website.

The FORGE is hosted by Malvern Panalytical and the Particle Characterization Group. Thanks to our sponsors: Anton Paar, Meritics and Particulate Sensors.