Upcoming Biobased Product and Bioenergy Conferences
January 17, 2002
Commodity Classic, February 21-23, Nashville, Tennessee
The Commodity Classic is a combined convention and trade show of the American Soybean Association and the National Corn Growers Association. It features policy-making sessions as well as an array of seminars and workshops on new technology and management. The trade show has 162 exhibitors representing farmers and industry representatives. More information is available athttp://www.commodityclassic.com.
AIChE 2002 Spring Meeting, March 10-16, New Orleans, Louisiana
This three-day symposium fosters significant discussion on critical issues such as the future of nuclear power, alternative energy, and global climate change. There will also be a 2-hour poster session for biobased products and bioenergy. More information is available athttp://www.aiche.org/conferences.
223rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, April 7-11, Orlando, Florida
The 223rd American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting will cover the areas of: catalysis, chemistry and computers, environmental issues, materials, medicinal and pharmaceutical, and biological. Of special interest to researchers involved in biobased products will be the Polymers from Renewable Resources session. For more information, please refer to the ACS website athttp://www.acs.org/meetings.
24th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, April 28-May 1, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Hosted by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, this symposium continues a series that focuses on improving the technology and economics of fuels and chemical production. For more information, please view the website athttp://www.ct.ornl.gov/symposium.
Corn Utilization & Technology Conference, June 3-5, Kansas City, Missouri
The 2002 Corn Utilization and Technology Conference, co-sponsored by the Corn Refiners Association, Inc. and the National Corn Growers Association will explore the growing role of corn in sustaining the environment. The conference will focus on sustaining the environment through research, production, and refinement. For more information, please refer tohttp://www.corn.org.