BIO Congress to Feature Advanced Biofuels Sessions

Cindy Zimmerman

BIOBiofuel and renewable chemical company executives, scientists and government officials from around the globe will speak in breakout sessions at BIO’s 9th annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing, April 29 – May 2 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando.

BIO’s World Congress will feature six breakout session tracks over three days, including tracks on Advanced Biofuel Technologies and Algae and Feedstock Crops. More than 35 sessions will cover the latest progress in commercializing advanced biofuels, consumer benefits from renewable chemicals, company partnerships and more in industrial biotechnology. BIO’s World Congress will also feature investor sessions and business partnering opportunities. The investor sessions will allow executives from companies seeking to raise investment capital to make formal 25-minute presentations on their technology development and business models to an elite audience of investors and analysts.

Early bird registration for the event is now open. Rates go up $400 after February 29.

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