Virtual reality solutions helping to improve bioscience training at Teesside University

Losses and mistakes within biopharmaceutical processes can be significant, with the potential to cost millions of dollars in lost batches. Process operators can be exposed to anomalous situations which are difficult to train and prepare for in a live, lab-based environment.The National Horizons Centre team, led by Professor Gary Montague and Dr Mahmudul Hassan has created a realistic virtual learning environment to simulate the operation of a bioproduction plant and actively engage with virtual emergency

At the Teesside University (UK), Professor Gary Montague team’s with the company Applikon Biotechnology work on a research program to improve training in biopharmaceutical processes.

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