ABS adds Young Innovators Lounge
August 28, 2013
he Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) has announced the addition of a Young Innovators Lounge to this year’s Summit, taking place September 30–October 3, in Orlando, Florida. Specifically aimed at connecting young ABO members with established algal companies and researchers, the Lounge will be a place where young members can showcase their curriculum vitae to companies, academic institutions and national labs, as well as and view employment, internship and research opportunities.
Additionally, during each of the Energy Breakout Sessions, the Young Innovators Lounge will host leaders from both industry and academia for “round tables” where they will discuss research and speak candidly with Lounge visitors.
The ABO is encouraging ABS exhibitors to post job announcements, supply company materials, and join the young members for discussions; and also browse their CV’s for the newest and brightest algal researchers.
Exhibitors may drop off their materials for the Lounge at the ABO booth upon arrival at the Summit, or send them to:
The UPS Store at Hilton Orlando
Barb Scheevel – September 28, 2013
Algae Biomass Summit
6001 Destination Parkway
Orlando, FL 32819
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