Researchers will be gathering in St. Louis next week for the “Algae-to-Energy Research and Development in the South” meeting.
The Center for Evergreen Energy in conjunction with The Southern Growth Policies Board and The Southern Agriculture and Forestry Resource Alliance (SAFER) is hosting the meeting of southern algae researchers on August 26th at the Regional Chamber and Growth Association’s office in St. Louis at One Metropolitan Square, Suite 1300:
“Algae-to-Energy Research and Development in the South,” [is] a gathering of scientists and stakeholders in the southern United States who are researching effective and innovative ways to convert algae to biofuels. This gathering will be the first of several events related to algae biofuel research and development that the Center for Evergreen Energy will host.
Location: The Regional Chamber and Growth Association : One Metropolitan Square, Suite 1300, St. Louis, MO, 63102
August 26th, 2009 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
The event is free, including lunch, as long as you register by Monday, August 24th, 2009. After the August 24th deadline, there will be a $25 charge to attend the event.