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Agrimarketing : January February 2008
To register online please visit www.bio.org/worldcongress. 2008 TOPICS TO INCLUDE Advanced Biofuels Food Ingredients & Flavorings Biopolymers Renewable Chemical Platforms Fine Chemicals from Biomass Biomass Pretreatment Biotechnology for Climate Change Ethanol & Cellulosic Ethanol Biodiesel Microbial Fuel Cells Energy from Algae Use of Agricultural & Forestry Residues New Energy Crops Feedstock Collection Cell Wall Modification Enzyme Development SAVE THE DATE SEE YOU IN CHICAGO! APRIL 27-30, 2008 linking biotechnology, chemistry + agriculture to create new value chains IT'S NOT YOUR GRANDPA'S ETHANOL Learn About Next Generation Biofuels at the World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology & Bioprocessing The Biotechnology Industry Organization proudly presents the Fifth Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology & Bioprocessing to be held April 27-30, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. The convergence of biotechnology, chemistry and agriculture is opening doors to innovations and value chain creation that could revolutionize nearly every aspect of our lives, from industrial manufacturing to production of chemicals, consumer goods, and even environmental protection. BENEFITS OF ATTENDING The World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology & Bioprocessing is the premiere gathering of thought leaders, investors, researchers, and business executives from around the globe. The conference will present the latest issues including: Scientific Innovation Market Growth Policy Development Future Trends in the Industrial & Environmental Applications of Biotech Business Development Opportunities Over 1,000 people attended the 2007 World Congress and these numbers are expected to grow to over 1,350 in 2008. This event will attract participants with a wide variety of perspectives on industrial biotech and aims to speed technology transfer and the commercialization of industrial biotechnology. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? This truly international conference will bring together academic, government, NGO, and business leaders from around the world for an exciting and informative three day event. The 2008 World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology & Bioprocessing will also provide confidential business partnering sessions to help you make new contacts, forge partnerships and grow your business. By attending this event you will not only learn about the newest technological advances affecting your industry you will also be able to make contact and meet with all of the key people in the industrial biotech space in one place. This conference aims to bring together individuals with diverse experience to share knowledge that will speed the development and growth of this sector. 1. Biofuels and Bioenergy (ethanol, cellulosic ethanol, biodiesel, microbial fuel cells, advanced biofuels, energy from algae etc.) 2. Feedstocks (use of agricultural and forestry residues, new energy crops, feedstock collection, pre-processing, cell wall modification, etc.) 3. Chemicals and Biomaterials (biopolymers, renewable chemical platforms, fine chemicals from biomass, products from marine biotech and other chemical platforms) 4. Consumer Product Bioprocessing (Pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, food ingredients, flavorings, fragrances, cosmetics, health and personalized nutrition; and novel applications in nano-biotech, etc.) 5. Business Development, Infrastructure and Public Policy (business models, financing, policies for developing biobased economies, intellectual property issues, carbon markets, etc.) 2008 PROGRAM TRACKS
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