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ABO accepting abstracts and proposals for ABS

February 26, 2016
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The 10th annual Algae Biomass Summit will be held in Phoenix, AZ.

The 10th annual Algae Biomass Summit will be held in Phoenix, AZ.

The Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) has announced that the tenth annual Algae Biomass Summit will take place October 23 – October 26 in Phoenix, AZ at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa. The ABO is now accepting abstracts and proposals for keynote speakers, panel presentations and poster sessions at the event.

“The 2016 Algae Biomass Summit marks a decade of the algae industry coming together to network, collaborate, push new ideas, and discuss the most important advancements made by businesses, academics, policymakers and students alike,” said Dr. Anthony Marchese, the 2016 Summit Program Chair and Director of the Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory at Colorado State University.

This year participants will discuss topics including commercialization of algal production, government and private policies, lifecycle analysis, project funding and the emerging ways that algae can address global challenges. “Algae technologies continue to impact new markets – food, health, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, animal feed – while making tremendous gains in carbon capture utilization and energy,” added Dr. Marchese.

Information about the event and call for abstracts can be found at algaebiomasssummit.org.

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