Spring 2007 Clean Tech Breakfast Series
Discovering the Next Frontier of Green Technology
produced by ASTIA and host sponsor Nixon Peabody LLP.
The Clean Tech Breakfast Series, in its second year, is an opportunity to participate in discussions with industry, investment and thought leaders.
8:00am - 8:30am Breakfast and Networking
8:30am - 9:30am Panel Discussion
9:30am - 10:00am Networking / Q+A
Tuesday, May 15 -- Topic: How will Biotech drive Clean Tech?
The sophistication of biotechnology will enable it to become a major opportunity in the search for clean tech solutions. There is an abundance of microbes that are able to break carbon bonds to produce clean fuels such as ethanol and to reduce oil leaks. Natural enzymes have current and potential applications in numerous processes, enabling reduced usage of chemicals. Where are the main opportunities today in this expansion of biotechnology for sustainability?
Doug Cameron, CSO Khosla Ventures
Lissa Morgenthaler-Jones, CEO, LiveFuels
Pam Marrone, CEO, Marrone Organic Innovations
Samir Kaul, Khosla Ventures (invited)
Kinkead Reiling, Co Founder, Amyris Biotechnologies (invited)
$25 per session (including breakfast).
Official Website: http://wtc-sf.org/cleantech2007.htm
Added by FullCalendar on May 3, 2007