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5th Biobased Chemicals: Commercialization & Partnering Conference   edit    delete

Category: conference/workshop
Description: We welcome you to GTC's 5th Biobased Chemicals: Commercialization & Partnering Conference, which will be held on September 18-19, 2014 in San Francisco, CA. This two day conference brings together top representatives who are engaged in establishing a major transformation in the global chemical and energy industries - from petroleum to biobased.

The conference will look to examine new supply chain developments and business models being adopted for biobased chemicals products. Topics covered include novel chemical production platforms, advantageous feedstock, end user applications, securing funding and strategic partnerships and trends and challenges in commercial scale up. Renewable chemical companies, biofuel companies and end market consumers will be discussing innovations in the science, technology and end-market development of biobased chemicals, polymers and plastics. Get the latest updates from investment, scientific, manufacturer and business perspectives - the highlights and the challenges to making big new things happen with special emphasis on commercialization.
When: Thursday 18 September, 2014 8:00 am PDT - Friday 19 September, 2014 5:00 pm PDT
Where: Sheraton Fisherman's Wharf Hotel, San Francisco, CA
Website: https://www.gtcbio.com/conference/biobased-chemicals-commercialization-and-partnering-overview?utm_source=5bcc&utm_medium=website&utm_content=overview&utm_campaign=5bcc
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  1. Biobased Chemicals; chemical and energy; biotechnology; biofuel
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