Almac Group Opens Registration for Internationally Recognized Process Chemistry Forum in Belfast

January 26, 2023

Registration is now open for the Nordic-Irish Process Chemistry Conference, June 2023

Almac Sciences, a member of the Almac Group, is delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Nordic-Irish Process Chemistry Forum, taking place from 6 – 8 June 2023.  This internationally recognized forum for leaders in process chemistry, will be held in Belfast, Northern Ireland for the very first time in the event’s history.

As a leader in process chemistry and R&D, Almac Sciences will host the forum, which has a long history of attracting some of the most respected and innovative speakers in the world of chemistry.  The Belfast event will be the 9th forum since it was founded in 2004.

The main driver of the forum has always been to bring together scientists who are involved in the design and scale up of chemical processes. This upcoming event in Belfast is no exception — an impressive line-up of industrial and academic speakers has been secured for the forum including Professor Oliver Kappe, Professor Anthony Burke and Professor Andreas Liese, covering a range of subjects within the process chemistry field.

Professor Tom Moody, VP Technology Development & Commercialization at Almac & Arran Chemical Company commented: We are excited to share our agenda and formally open this event for registration. Participants will truly benefit from learning about the rich chemistry expertise and innovative research taking place among industry and academia across the EU and within the island of Ireland. For the first time we are also giving PhD students the opportunity to showcase their research studies in front of industry peers.  There will be no better audience to engage with and I strongly urge early registration.

The Nordic Irish Process Chemistry Forum will be held from 6 – 8 June 2023 at W5, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Visit the dedicated webpage at to register and find out more about the agenda and participation opportunities.


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