CRS Annual Meeting & Exposition

21-24 July 2019, Valencia, Spain

CRS is a non-profit organization established to promote experts dedicated to the delivery of activities, including delivery scientists, engineers, clinicians, and technical professionals and the science of controlled release. CRS members are creating the future of delivery science and technology through fundamental delivery research, development, regulatory science, and clinical translation. Research published in CRS journals and presented during the Annual Meeting & Exposition offer a breadth of scientific knowledge.

EUNCL Session on Sunday, 21 July 2019.

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You will meet:

Simon Baconnier, CEA

Fanny Caputo, CEA

Luigi Calzolai, JRC

Neill Liptrott, UL

Adriele Prina-Mello, TCD

Ruth Schmidt, SINTEF

European Nanomedicine Characterisation Laboratory (EUNCL)

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