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NAA announces speakers for workshop
August 15, 2013
he National Algae Association’s (NAA) Commercial Algae Cultivation, Harvesting, Extraction Technologies and Networking Workshop, set for September 27 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Fairfield, New Jersey, has announced confirmed speaker presentations.
- Andrew Greene, CEO, Garden State Bioresources: “Commercial Growing for Astaxanthin”
- Stanley Goldberg, CEO, Glenn Mills, Inc.: “Commercial Algae Extraction Applications”
- Ashok Damle, Ph.D., Smartflow Technologies: “Commercial Algae Dewatering Applications”
- Chuck Pardue, CEO, Algae Bioenergy Solutions: “Commercialization of Algae on a Shoe String”
- David Lowery, Kissel, Inc.: “Commercial LED Lighting”
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