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CTFA Holds Science Week 2005

October 21, 2005

The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association (CTFA) is holding a fall seminar on November 8-11 at the Newark Airport Marriott, Newark, NJ.
This year’s meeting has four individual tracts and two days of exhibits. The four tracts include Preservation of Cosmetic Products: The Microbiologist’s Role in Product Development on Nov. 8; Quality Assurance and Good Manufacturing Practices for Companies that Make Cosmetics and OTC Drugs: A Practical Workshop on Nov. 9; ABC’s of Cosmetic Color Additives on Nov. 10; and Animal Alternatives in Cosmetic Safety Testing on Nov. 11.
The Microbiology and Color Additive exhibits feature two days of access to the key companies an organization needs to take its performance to the next level. Exhibits will feature the latest solutions and technologies in the cosmetic and personal care industries. More info: (202) 331-1770; meetings@ctfa.org.
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