Revolutionising Medicines Manufacturing Takes Serious Collaboration Feature session - Hosted by CPI

Time & Location

Wednesday: 11.00 to 12.00, Stage 3

Hosted by CPI

Dr. Marcus CookHead of Engineering, Exactmer

About this Session

If partnering has crossed your mind when looking at ways to accelerate your innovation but don’t know where to start, come along to learn how CPI is leveraging the power of partnerships to overcome some of the challenges to successful collaboration.

Through a Grand Challenge model, aimed at tackling the pharmaceutical industry’s largest problems, CPI’s Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre is working together with collaborators in a pre-competitive environment, to break down barriers previously limiting the ability and speed of new and innovative technology adoption.

  • Session coordinator: Neil Sheddan, Business Development Director, Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre at CPI

Panellist Bio:

Panel discussion

Marcus joined Exactmer in October 2020 as the head of the engineering. Prior to this, he worked as a research engineer at Concrete Canvas a fast-growing UK SME and helped set up a 2nd generation manufacturing line for their bespoke cement filled mats. After that, he spent a year at GEO Specialty Chemicals as a Development Chemist in the methacrylate side of the plant. In 2018, he completed a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College under the supervision of Professor Livingston (Exactmer, CEO).