Integrated Continuous Biomanufacturing IV

An ECI Conference Series

October 6-10, 2019
Ocean Edge Resort
Brewster (Cape Cod), Massachusetts

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Conference Organization

Conference Chairs:  

Veena Warikoo, Roche
Alois Jungbauer, BOKU
Jon Coffman, Boehringer Ingelheim
Jason Walther, Sanofi

Conference Venue

Cape Cod extends 65 miles (105 km) into the Atlantic Ocean, with a breadth of between 1–20 miles (1.6–32.2 km), and covers more than 400 miles (640 km) of shoreline.  Its elevation ranges from only 306 feet (93 m) at its highest point, down to sea level.

One of the biggest barrier islands in the world, Cape Cod shields much of the Massachusetts coastline from North Atlantic storm waves. This protection erodes the Cape’s shoreline at the expense of its cliffs.

The bulk of the land on Cape Cod consists of glacial landforms laid down by the Laurentide ice sheet.  Geologically speaking, Cape Cod is quite young, having been created some 16,000 to 20,000 years ago.
Due to their exposure to the open ocean, the Cape and islands are subject to considerable coastal erosion.  Cape Cod’s aquifer consists of six hydrologically independent sources from which all the towns on the Cape obtain drinking water.

Native Population  Cape Cod has been the home of the Wampanoag Native American people for many centuries.  They survived off the sea and were accomplished farmers.  They understood the principles of sustainable forest management, and were known to light controlled fires to keep the underbrush in check. They helped the Pilgrims, who arrived in the fall of 1620, survive at their new Plymouth Colony.  Cape Cod was among the first places settled by the English in North America.

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