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Short Course 2020

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2 Days course Introduction to Safety and Biosafety in chemical and biotechnological facilities

12-13 march 2020 and 17-18 november 2020   IBD UTM Johor Bahru

Occupational safety and health (OSH) is a cross-disciplinary area concerned with the protection of he safety, health and welfare of people engaged in work or employment. Every institution, irrespective of size should have a safety program. The program should be in
compliance with the regulations from the body that regulates Occupational Safety and Health in the country. This Biosafety Management Course is a program that emphasizes on the best management and safety practices in an organization where laboratory works involving biological agents are carried out. This course is designed for safety managers, OSHE personnel, researchers and science officers. Lack of knowledge in the field of biosafety will lead to the risk of accidents and the impact of injury. Many laboratories handling biohazards
employ an ongoing risk management assessment and enforcement process for biosafety. Failures to follow such protocols can lead to increased risk of exposure to biohazards or pathogens. Human error and poor technique contribute to unnecessary exposure and
compromise the best safeguards set into place for protection.

M7 Biosafety

A 3 Day Course on MUSHROOM CELL CULTIVATION FROM FARM TO PHARM

1 – 3 June 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

In this workshop, mushroom will be shown from two different points of view. In the first view, mushroom considered as
a healthy food with rich content of various nourishment which justify its production in the greenhouse. In the other view, mushroom viewed as source of medicinal compound which can be extracted through submerged cultivation. Participant will get familiar with different aspect of greenhouse and submerged cultivation in this course. They will get familiar with basics of mushrooms different modes of cultivations and life cycles. Considering the medicinal
importance of mushrooms, the various bioactives will be highlighted with their potential applications in wellness
industries. Furthermore, steps involve in submerged cultivation of oyster mushroom and extracting of its bioactive
compounds will be shown in the lab scale level.

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A 2 Day Course on CGMP FACILITY FOR THE BIOPHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES

6 – 7 May 2020 / 7 – 8 October 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

Nowadays, biopharmaceutical business is fast growing sector worldwide. The market of biopharmaceuticals, excluding tissue engineering products, will exceed 85 US$ Billions by 2020. The production process of these types of product should be carried out according to the current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) guidelines. This course will gives complete overview about the production facility from the start of the project up to the production process and how to carry out all projects steps according to
the guidelines of the cGMP. Topics will include: the primary and details engineering in the production area, flow inside facility (Personnel, material, product and waste flow), the design of HVAC system and clean area according to the cGMP requirements for the production of equipment, from cell bank to final product. Furthermore non-design/equipment components of the cGMP such as human resource, process design and operation procedure based on Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) sheet will be presented.

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A 3 Day Course on PRODUCTS OF PROBIOTIC (FROM CELL BANK TO BULK POWDER)

8 – 10 April 2020 / 10 – 12 September 2020    IBD UTM Johor Bharu

Recent advances in R&D have now led to the development of efficient probiotic strains that many believe will treat or prevent the occurrence of diseases in human as well as in providing nutrients, growth hormones and antibiotics to the plant. This course aims to orient participants about probiotic technology and enhance understanding through theoretical and hands on method
for production of high cell density of probiotic.

M4-ProductProbiotics2020

 

A 3 Day Course on DESIGN BIOPROCESS PLATFORM FOR BIOLOGICAL CONTROL USING MICROBIAL CELLS (FROM CELL BANK TO BULK POWDER)

15 – 17 July 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

Application of broad spectrum synthetic chemical insecticides as insect disease control had been used since World War II in reducing the vector populations. Many countries have restricted these applications due to their environmental effects on non-target beneficial insects through contamination of food and water supplies.  Several problems that caused environmental and human health such as cancer and several immune system disorders occur when using chemical pesticides. Chemical agents are also probable lead to insect resistance and have a long residual effect with toxicity
to non-target organisms. Therefore, as an alternative of chemicals, a biocontrol agents and microorganism-based bio pesticides has been introduced to be used as bio pesticide in controlling the agricultural pest.

M3-DesignBioprocess2020

 

 

A 3 Day Course on BIOREACTORS OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

20 – 22 May 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

Course Introduction:
This course is addressed to people who have already operating or planning to operate bioreactors. Their background can be one of a microbiologist, chemist, veterinarian, medical personnel or engineer. Technicians and supervisors with adequate and relevant working experience can also attend this course which will be divided into theoretical and practical sessions. In theoretical sessions, the general setup and the technical details of a bioreactor and related equipment are presented. The sterilization procedures of the equipment are shown. Bioprocesses such as batch, fed-batch, continuous and perfusion cultivation are explained and the advantages/disadvantages of  corresponding equipment are discussed. The dynamic behavior of such
processes will be mathematically modified and calculated. In practical sessions, a strain is cultivated in a 16 litre in-situ sterilizable bioreactor. All operating steps such as sterilization, precultured, fed-batch cultivation, harvesting, cleaning and maintenance are performed. All participants will have the opportunity to operate a 16 litre bioreactor and will also be able to observe the operations
of 150 litre and 1500 litre bioreactors and various downstream processing equipment (membrane and sterile filters, self discharge centrifuge, spray and freeze driers, homogenizers).

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A 5 Day Course on BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING AND BIOFACTORIES

21 – 25 April 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

Course Introduction:
This course is designed an integrated structure to give broad overview on topics that govern both science and technology in bioprocess research and industries. It includes the technical and professional information required to start up,
establish and grow this type of industries. The first part of this course will focus on the process related issues such as:
Biofactories used, cultivation strategies and systems, bioprocess design and control using different types of bioreactors, down-stream processing and scaling up. This will include hands-on training for design and operation of high cell density cultivation platform for recombinant protein production. The second part will give complete over view about the production facility from start of the project up to the production process and how to carry out all project steps
according to the guidelines of the cGMP. The third part will be focused on the regulatory issues related to biotechnological product to ensure the production of safe product and how to protect this high-tech product(s) under the different Intellectual Properties Regulations (IPR) at different levels.

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A 3 DAY COURSE ON BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF PLANT EXTRACT

9 – 11 MARCH & 13 – 15 JULY 2020
IBD UTM JOHOR BAHRU

INTRODUCTION
Malaysia is rich in flora and fauna, most of which has not been fully discovered and exploited. In fact, its rainforest stores
a huge collection of plant species which are vital source for phyto-pharmaceutical, phyto-cosmetic and nutraceutical
fields. Currently in Malaysia, over 2,000 species of lower plants with medicinal and therapeutic properties have been
identified and most of them have been used for many generations in various health care systems. This phenomenon
provides ample opportunities for local companies to embark on plant-based production and commercialization
sectors. However, there are many unregistered herbal products on the shelf due to lack of research and toxicity studies to ensure the safety of such products. In response to this, this course aims to cater the need of identifying biological activities from plant extracts to evaluate the value of available compounds prior to further application & processes.

H6 Biological activities

A 4 DAY COURSE ON CHROMATOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES IN ISOLATION OF NATURAL COMPOUND FROM PLANT

13 – 16 APRIL & 24 – 27 AUG 2020
IBD UTM JOHOR BAHRU

Malaysia is rich in flora and fauna, most of which has not been fully discovered and exploited. In fact, its rainforest stores a huge collection of plant species which are vital source for phyto-pharmaceutical, phyto-cosmetic and nutraceutical fields.
Currently in Malaysia, over 2,000 species of lower plants with medicinal and therapeutic properties have been identified and most of them have been used for many generations in various health care systems. This phenomenon provides ample opportunities for local companies to embark on plant based production and commercialization sectors. However, there are many unregistered herbal products on the shelf due to lack of research and toxicity studies to ensure the safety of such products. In response to this, this course aims to cater the need of disseminating information on various technologies for bioproduct development, safety requirements and herbal product registration guidelines.

H5 Chromatography

A 2 Days Course on Powder Formulation

16 – 17 March , 22 – 23 June, 28 – 29 September 2020

This course provides the understanding of processing, handling and characterization of powders used within
food, pharmaceutical and cosmeceutical industry. It also shed new ideas and useful reference for individuals
related to powder technology as well as improvement of powder products. Information on the powders on the
physical properties, production and functionality are also addressed in this course. Besides, the powder can be
distinguish not only the composition and microstructure but by particle size, size distribution, chemical and
physical properties. The course will includes presentation from the industry which includes sharing session on
challenges and emerging technology and also promotes additional interest in advancing powders research,
development and implementation.

H4 Powder Formulation

 

A 3 Day Course on GRANULATION, TABLETTING AND PRODUCT STABILITY

15 – 17 JUNE 2020 / 17 – 19 AUGUST 2020    IBD UTM Johor Bharu

This 3 days course is design for newcomers in tablet making field either in development or in manufacturing
stages. This course involved hands-on and practical experience, which covers the aspects of powder formulation, granulation technology and tablet development of certain drugs.

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A 2 Day Course on Plant and Microbial-Based Biological Control Products dan HACCP untuk Industri Makanan

13 – 14 April 2020
Jasmine Room, N22 IBD UTM

INTRODUCTION
Global biopesticides market remains robust due to growing environmental concerns and consumer preference of
chemical-free crops. However, the use of biopesticide is not without certain constraints such as a short life time in the field
due to degradation in sunlight, insect resistance, storage problems, and shortage of source and lack of scientific data on
certain biochemical biopesticide. To resolve these issues research on host specificity and pathogenesis on molecular
basis should continue. Research works involving transgenic plants with the ability to control insects have also started.
More scientific data is needed to address the issues of efficacy of more biochemical biopesticides. Apart from that,
creative biopesticide formulation such as controlled release formulations and nanoemulsions should also be considered.

H2 Plant and microbial

3 Hari Kursus Berkaitan MESTI, HALAL, GMP dan HACCP untuk Industri Makanan

24 – 26 MAC 2020 /24 – 26 OGOS 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

Program ini dijalankan untuk meningkatkan kesedaran kepada pengusaha makanan atau mereka yang berminat untuk memajukan industri makanan di Malaysia. Program ini dapat meningkatkan tahap keselamatan
makanan dan seterusnya dapat meningkatkan tahap kemajuan dan pendapatan mereka yang terlibat dalam
bidang ini. Kursus ini adalah sejajar dengan aspirasi negara untuk memberi perubahan dan peningkatan dalam
kualiti kehidupan penduduk dari segi persediaan untuk mendapatkan sesuatu persijilan yang diiktiraf seperti
MESTI, Halal, GMP dan HACCP

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2 days course on Dissolution, Solubility and Stabilility of Food Active Ingredients

6-7 April, 2-3 Nov 2020
IBD UTM Johor bahru

INTRODUCTION
Drug dissolution testing is an essential component of pharmaceutical growth and regular tracking of the features
of drug release. The profiles from dissolution rate research were also used in an effort to successfully characterize
the drug’s in-vitro behavior. It is a main analytical test that is used to detect physical modifications in an active
ingredient (AI) and the product formulated. The particular method of dissolution used is determined by the
features of the dosage form and the planned route of administration. In order to be effective in most dosage forms,
the AI(s) must be absorbed into the systemic circulation so that it can be transported to its activity site. This method
adds to the drug substance’s bioavailability and includes two steps: dissolution (or permeability) and absorption.
Dissolution is the method of extracting the API into a solution within the gastrointestinal tract from the dosage form
solid-state matrix. Absorption is the process of transportation into the systemic circulation of the drug substance
from the gastrointestinal lumen. The forecast of the in vivo bioavailability of most oral drugs relies on the research
of in-vitro dissolution because tests for in vitro disintegration do not always provide excellent correlation. Drug
product dissolution testing plays a significant role as a quality control instrument for monitoring drug release
batch-to-batch consistency from a dosage form.

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A 2 day courses on Sensory Properties for Food Product Development

14-15 April & 27-28 Oct 2020
IBD, UTM Johor Bahru

INTRODUCTION
Sensory evaluation is a scientific discipline that analyses and measures human responses to the composition and
nature of foods and drinks. This subject is also important to measure the consumer’s acceptability, assessing product
quality as well as consumer satisfaction and market success. The right data collection and analysis is also important in
interpreting the result to introduce quality food.

F7 Sensory Properties

A 2 Days course on Emulsification and Encapsulation Techniques for Nutraceutical and Functional Food

20 – 21 April & 24-25 Nov 2020
IBD UTM Johor bahru

INTRODUCTION
Emulsion systems are essential components of food, cosmetics, and drugs enhancing the bioavailability of
poorly water-soluble active compounds. Besides, various emulsion and double emulsion methods are applied
in fabrication of functional microparticles and nanoparticles used for encapsulation and controlled delivery.
For instance, particles of biocompatible and biodegradable copolymer of glycolic acid and lactic acid–
poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA) are among the most important delivery systems in biomedical
applications including cell therapy, anticancer treatment, and tissue engineering. Hydrogels with embedded
oil droplets, the so-called emulsion hydrogels or emulgels, combine benefits of both emulsion and hydrogel.
Owing to the possibility of controlled delivery of hydrophobic and hydrophilic compounds by a single entity,
these systems are useful in drugs and becoming especially popular in skin

F6-EMULSIFICATION

A 2 Day Course on Nutraceutical Approach for Health And Wellness

20 – 21 April & 24 – 25 Oct 2020
IBD, UTM Johor Bahru

Food and nutraceutical product design varies from project to project depending on the project strategies and
objectives. However, there is a basic structure that is fundamental to product design process. The course
encompasses topics such as new product idea generation, idea screening, concept-proving, product market
positioning, product launching, product evaluation, etc. In addition, participants will learn the fundamental
knowledge, principals, techniques, suitable ingredients, manufacturing requirements, standards, quality
assurance, the health benefits of functional food and nutraceutical and the development of related products

F1 Nutraceutical

2 days course on Formulation of functional Food Product from Moringa, Gaharu, Swietenia Macrophylla and Peria Based Product

13 – 14 April & 23-24 Nov 2020 IBD UTM Johor bahru

INTRODUCTION
Numerous plant foods or physiologically active ingredients derived from plants have been
investigated for their role in disease prevention and health. However, only a small number of these
have had substantive clinical documentation of their health benefits. Although there is evidence that
certain functional foods or food ingredients can play a role in disease prevention and health
promotion, safety considerations should be paramount. Safety concerns have recently been raised,
particularly with regard to the seemingly indiscriminate addition of botanicals to foods. The safety
issues related to herbs are complex and the issue of herb-drug interaction has received increasing
attention. This course will focus on the four types of herbs that contain bioactive compounds which
can be formulated into functional food for health benefits. In this course, the participants will get
the knowledge on the product formulation and safety aspects of the functional food product. The
second day will be hands-on product formulation and characterization.

F5 Functional Food Product

Food Product Design And Commercialization

25-27 Feb 2020 & 28-30 Sept 2020

Food and nutraceutical product design varies from project to project depending on the project strategies and objectives.
However, there is a basic structure that is fundamental to product design process. The course encompasses topics such as
new product idea generation, idea screening, concept-proving, product market positioning, product launching, product
evaluation, etc. In addition, participants will learn the fundamental knowledge, principals, techniques, suitable ingredients,
manufacturing requirements, standards, quality assurance, the health benefits of functional food and nutraceutical and the
development of related products. The industrial visit to relevant industry will be included in this programme for better
understanding and exposure.

 

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Food Texture Analysis

11 May & 8 Sept. 2020

Texture refers to those qualities of a food that can be felt with the fingers, tongue, palate, or teeth. Foods have
different textures, such as crisp crackers or potato chips, crunchy celery, hard candy, tender steaks, chewy
chocolate chip cookies and sticky toffee, to name but a few. Texture is also an index of quality. The texture of a
food can change as it is stored, for various reasons. If fruits or vegetables lose water during storage, they wilt or
lose their turgor pressure, and a crisp apple becomes unacceptable and leathery on the outside. Bread can
become hard and stale on storage.
This module is designed to introduce the essential factors of food quality and properties. The emphasis is very
much ‘hands on’ practical applications, assessment of curve analysis and interpretation of results on a team and
individual basis. At the end of this training, the participants would understand on the different food quality and
measurement of the food texture using Texture Analyzer and how to correlate sensory analysis with the texture
analysis.

 

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INTRODUCTION ISO 17025:2017 AND RISK MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENT

16 March 2020

ISO/IEC 17025 General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration
laboratories is the main ISO standard used by testing and calibration laboratories. In most major countries, ISO/IEC
17025 is the standard for which most labs must hold accreditation in order to be deemed technically competent.
ISO/IEC 17025 specifies the general requirements for the competence to carry out tests and/or calibrations, including
sampling. It covers testing and calibration performed using standard methods, non-standard methods, and laboratorydeveloped methods.
It is applicable to all organizations performing tests and/or calibrations. These include, for example, first-, second- and
third-party laboratories, and laboratories where testing and/or calibration forms part of inspection and product
certification. ISO/IEC 17025 is for use by laboratories in developing their management system for quality, administrative
and technical operations. Laboratory customers, regulatory authorities and accreditation bodies may also use it in
confirming or recognizing the competence of laboratories.

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Course Essential Microbiology Testing of Beauty and Household Products

24 August 2020, IBD UTM JOHOR BAHRU

 

There is an increasing trend of recalled beauty and households products which were found to be contaminated by
microbes even this type of products are known as an effective preservation to “beautify and cleanse.” Microbiology is
involved in virtually every aspect of product development and production including product formulation, preservation,
formula and manufacturing design, raw material and process water control, hygienic manufacturing practices, quality
control, and package selection.
OBJECTIVES
This course is designed to provide participant with the key knowledge and skills required to
Get real insight and advice from subject matter experts in the field.
Understand the importance of microbiological risks assessment in beauty and house holds products

 

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COURSE ON METHOD DEVELOPMENT, METHOD VALIDATION AND BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING FOR HPLC

29 – 30 June 2020, IBD UTM Johor Bahru

 

This course is for those with HPLC basic knowledge and interested to learn more about HPLC method development,
validation and basic troubleshooting. High performance liquid chromatography is used for separating components in a
mixture. The basic principles in all chromatographic methods require one static part (stationary phase) and one moving part
(the mobile phase). HPLC provides users with robust yet flexible method depending on the user’s target compound to be
separated.

 

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COURSE ON FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR) ANALYSIS AND SPECTRAL INTERPRETATION FOR BEGINNERS

5 – 6 October 2020, IBD UTM Johor Bahru

Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) the preferred method of infrared spectroscopy. In infrared spectroscopy, IR
radiation is passed through a sample. Some of the infrared radiation is absorbed by the sample and some of it is passed
through (transmitted). The resulting spectrum represents the molecular absorption and transmission, creating a molecular
fingerprint of the sample Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometry was developed in order to overcome the limitations
encountered with dispersive instruments. It can be used to identify unknown materials, determine the quality or consistency
of a sample and determine the amount of components in a mixture.

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COURSE ON COSMETIC FORMULATIONS AND EVALUATIONS

13 – 15 April 2020   

13 – 15 July 2020

IBD, UTM JOHOR BAHRU

A “cosmetic” is any substance used to clean, improve or change the complexion, skin, hair, nails or teeth. Cosmetics
include beauty preparations (make-up, perfume, skin cream, nail polish) and grooming aids (soap, shampoo, shaving
cream, deodorant). Currently,consumers of cosmetic are increasingly expressing a preference for products that
contain naturally derived ingredients. This training is aimed to cater the needs of disseminating information on
cosmetic formulations started from the ingredients used in the formulation to the physico-chemical and biological
testing of cosmetic products.

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Course on Encapsulation & Controlled Release in Cosmetics: Principle and Application

29 – 30 June 2020 (KL)
6 – 7 October 2020 (KL)

This course will review the principles and methodologies used to prepare transdermal and dermal delivery systems for
cosmetic application. Participants will be exposed to the techniques theoretically and practically on the preparation and
characterization of the encapsulation of active materials for skin targeting. Besides that, participants will also be exposed on the
analyzing of the data especially on transdermal diffusion and release kinetics studies.

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Introduction to Natural Perfumery and Aromatherapy

8 March 2020 & 9 August 2020
IBD, UTM Johor Bahru

Natural perfumery is a blend of different types of oils, resin or wax which is extracted
from plant or animal origin. Currently, there is a demand on the natural based perfume
compared to the synthetic fragrance. Aromatherapy, which is one of the alternative
therapies use natural oils to enhance psychological and physical well-being. The
aromas experienced through aromatherapy and essential oils have a dynamic effect on
the mind and body. Aromatherapy can be applied into different types of products such
as perfumes, olognes, gel freshener, creams, candle, soaps etc.

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A 2 Day Course and Seminar on Fast Protein And Liquid Chromatography (FPLC)

2 – 3 November 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

This course teaches the basics of FPLC in theory and practice and thus contributes to a better understanding of
chromatographic separation techniques. The participant will learn to purify proteins and to develop methods.
The theoretical basics are deepen by a practical part on FPLC GE ACTA Instrument. A troubleshooting part will
enable the participant to avoid errors and to correct them independently.

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A 2 Day Course on CHROMATOGRAPHY TECHNIQUES FOR HERBAL AND METABOLITES ANALYSIS

13 – 14 July 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

This course is specifically designe for those who are interested to know the basic chromatography technique in
herbal and microbial metabolite. Chromatography is usually use for separating the components in a mixture.
There are several different types of chromatography currently in use such as paper chromatography; thin layer
chromatography (TLC), gas chromatography (GC), Liquid chromatography (LC); high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC); fast protein liquid chromatography (FPLC). The basic principles in all chromatographic methods require one static part (stationary phase) and one moving part (the mobile phase). The practical session
involved automated TLC reader and HPLC setup, key components for compound separation, technical skills in
sample pre-treatment, as well as data analysis and interpretation will be shared by our experienced and welltrained analysts in the laboratory.

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A 2 Day Course on FOOD PRODUCT ANALYSIS REQUIREMENT (NUTRITIONAL LABELLING)

8 – 9 June 2020
IBD UTM Johor Bharu

The food label is one of the most important tools consumers can use to make informed choices about healthy
and safe foods. Food trader need to understand regulation both within countries and with other nations, at the
international level. Food manufacturers are responsible and need to take a great care to protect the health of
consumers. They need to understand health claims guidelines.
Consumers also need to educate themselves about health claims. Health claims as part of an overall healthy and
well balanced diet. End consumers are increasingly demanding proof of quality, compliance and efficacy from
raw materials to finished products. Industry and regulatory agencies continue to make sure that food products
are both safe and effective.

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Our Past Course 

Short Course

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Bioproduct Development (Cosmeceuticals and Nutraceuticals)

COSMETIC & FRAGRANCE UNIT TRAINING CALENDAR 2019
Introduction to Cosmetic Formulations
COSMETIC FORMULATIONS & EVALUATIONS
ENCAPSULATION & CONTROLLED RELEASE IN COSMETICS
AN INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL PERFUMERY (JB)
AN INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL PERFUMERY (KL)
LIPID DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR NUTRACEUTICAL
EDIBLE BIRD’S NEST
MOLECULAR DOCKING TECHNIQUE IN VIRTUAL SCREENING ANALYSIS OF BIOACTIVE INGREDIENTS
PENGENALAN KEPADA MESTI, HALAL, GMP DAN HACCP
GET TO KNOW YOUR PRODUCTS : SENSORY ANALYSIS
PENGENALAN KEPADA KONSEP HALAL
PENGENALAN HALAL DALAM INDUSTRI KOSMETIK
PENGENALAN HALAL DALAM INDUSTRI HERBA
Plant And Microbial -Based Biological Control Products
Granulation, Tabletting and Product Stability
POWDER FORMULATION

ANALYTICAL METHODS & BIOPROCESSING

MICROBIAL SAMPLING & MPN METHOD BASED ON ISO 17025:2017
CHROMATOGRAPHY TECHNIQUES FOR HERBAL AND METABOLITES ANALYSIS
METHOD DEVELOPMENT, METHOD VALIDATION AND BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING FOR HPLC
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 LABORATORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
FOOD PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS & GUIDELINES
BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING AND BIOFACTORIES
BIOREACTORS OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
DESIGN BIOPROCESS PLATFORM FOR BIOLOGICAL CONTROL USING MICROBIAL CELLS (FROM CELL BANK TO BULK POWDER)
PRODUCTS OF PROBIOTIC (FROM CELL BANK TO BULK POWDER)
CGMP FACILITY FOR THE BIOPHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES
MUSHROOM CELL CULTIVATION FROM FARM TO PHARM
INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY AND BIOSAFETY IN CHEMICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL FACILITIES

Module Development

Develop in partnership with the industries with continuous upgrading in order to make it industry relevant.

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Experienced tutors from the academia, industry and policy making agencies balancing the individual needs for adequate technical knowledge and practical case studies.

Mode Of Deliveries

  • Public short courses at various centres.
  • IN-HOUSE PROGRAMME where the course modules are designed to suit the need to individual companies.

Hands On Approach

For courses organized at IBD ,participant will have the opportunity to operate semi industrial scale process equipment with full control and instrumentation setup.

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