High Throughput Formulation and Advanced Prototype Testing

August 13-14, 2019
A hands-on two-day CEP course at Manhattan College, featuring both classroom instruction and lab work.


Who should attend

Who Should Attend

This course will be an ideal short course for:

Students completing undergraduate/graduate degrees in the chemical/chemical engineering/pharmaceutical sciences interested in roles in cosmetic and personal care industry.

Early career scientists/chemists/formulators working in the cosmetic and personal care industry.

Mid-career scientists/formulators/research managers in the cosmetic and personal care industry.

Registration rates


Early bird pricing ends July 15, 2019.

Course fees include breakfast and lunch each day.

All sales for CEP courses are final and non-refundable. If you cannot attend the original course you registered for, you can transfer the equivalent dollar credit to a future course within the following twelve months. Course fees are also transferable to another person at least seven days before the course date.

NOTE: The SCC reserves the right to cancel any course for extenuating circumstances. A full refund will be issued in this case.

A topic of interest

A Topic of Interest

With the increasingly competitive nature of the cosmetics industry, there is an urgent need to create truly differentiated products, and formulators are being asked to do so with ever more novel, sustainable/greener ingredients. This two day course (mixing classroom instruction with hands-on lab work), will instruct participants on the principles and practices of high throughput (automated) formulation, along with advanced prototype testing (stability, particle sizing, rheology, tribology, surface tension, etc.). The aim is to give the cosmetic formulator a competitive advantage in creating high quality, unique products (both functionally and sensorially), while also maintaining awareness as to sustainability.