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Infocast's 2nd Annual Next Generation Bio-Based Chemicals Summit Makes Its Highly Anticipated Return to San Diego, February 14-17, 2011. See www.infocastnetwork.com/biobased11

Uniting Key Players Across the Value Chain in Bio-Based Chemicals Summit

Posted on February 9th, 2011

The 2nd Annual Next Generation Bio-Based Chemicals Summit returns to San Diego following the tremendous success of the sold-out inaugural edition last year. Infocast has endeavored to double the size of this acclaimed summit, confirming over 120 speakers for the 2011 Summit (scheduled for February 14-17), spanning 4 days.

REGISTER NOW for the 2nd Annual Next Generation Bio-Based Chemicals Summit, please visit the event website at www.infocastnetwork.com/biobased11 or contact Infocast at 818-888-4444.

The 2nd Annual Next Generation Bio-Based Chemicals Summit will unite key players across the value chain to explore growth enabling, biorefinery strategies, novel & drop-in chemicals, bio-products, technology platforms, finance and investment strategies and much more.

Join global industry leaders and research institutions at Next Generation Bio-Based Chemicals Summit as they offer new announcements, unprecedented international networking opportunities, and share the latest technology updates, as the broad value chain takes shape.

The 2nd Annual Next Generation Bio-Based Chemicals Summit has confirmed a wealth of new industry leading participants including AkzoNobel, Braskem, General Motors, Natureworks, Sud-Chemie, and Tyson Foods. Representatives from the US EPA, US DOE, and USDA will offer presentations and panel discussions as well.

New highlights for 2011 include Strategic Sciences Briefing hosted in partnership with renowned organizations CBiRC and SynBERC. In addition, a special Forum, "Pre-Treatment Technologies for Bio-Based Chemicals" will put participants face to face with trailblazing institutions including JBEI, Savannah Ridge National Laboratory, University of Alabama and more.

Meet These Confirmed Participating Organizations (with many more added daily!):

Agrivida, Inc.
Akzo Nobel
Albemarle
Alberti Advisors, LLC
Allylix, Inc.
Anellotech, Inc.
Applied Chemical Technology, Inc.
Arzeda, Inc.
Ashland, Inc.
Avantium
Banco Votorantim S/A
BASF Corp
Bayer Material Science, LLC
BioBased Technologies
BioConcepts inc.
Bluefire Renewables, Inc.
Borregaard LignoTech
BP Energy Biosciences
Braskem
Buckeye Technologies Inc.
Cargill BioTDC BioIndustrials
Cellulose Sciences International, Inc.
Ceres, Inc.
Chromatin Inc.
CMEA Capital
Cobalt Biofuels
Cobalt Technologies
Codexis, Inc.
Codexis, Inc.
ConAgra Mills
Corinne Young, LLC
Corn Products International
Dodds & Associates, LLC
Draths Corporation
DSM Venturing
DSM White Biotechnology
Eastman Chemical Company
Elevance Renewables, Inc.
Escritório Scalzilli
Evonik Degussa Corporation
Firmenich SA
Flint Hills Resources
Genencor (a division of Danisco)
General Motors
General Partner
Genomatica
Gevo
Gevo, Inc.
Gevo, Inc.
Global Bioenergies S.A.
GlycosBio, Inc.
Godavari Biorefineries, LTD.
Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Growth Energy
Harris Group Inc.
Harris Group, Inc.
Hawai`i BioEnergy, LLC
HCL Cleantech
Huntsman Corporation
Incitor Inc.
INCITOR, LLC
Iowa Department of Economic Development
Iowa State University
Itaconix
Joint Bioenergy Institute - Emeryville, CA
JOINT BIOENERGY INSTITUTE - LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY
Joule Biotechnologies, Inc
Jowat Corporation
Kuraray America Inc.
Lanzatech
Lignol Innovations, Ltd.
Logos Technologies
Macquarie Energy, LLC
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MBI
Merquinsa North America
Merrick & Company
Micromidas, Inc.
Mitsui & Co. Global Investment, Inc
Modular Genetics, Inc.
Morgan Stanley
Myriant Technologies
Natureworks, LLC
Novasep
Novomer, Inc.
Novozymes
Novozymes, Inc.
Ontario Agri-Food Technologies
Ontario BioAuto Council
OPX Biotechnologies
Pepsi Co.
PhycoBiosciences, Inc.
Probe Economics LLC
Progenesis Technologies, LLC
Proviron
PURAC
Qteros
Reluceo
Renewable Energy Group, Inc.
Rennovia
Reverdia
Rice University
Rivertop Renewables
Roquette Americas
Salk Institute for Biological Sciences
Savannah River National Laboratory
SC Johnson and Son
Segetis, Inc.
Sherwin-Williams
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Sofinnova Partners
Stern Brothers & Co.
Stoel Rives, LLP
SÜD-CHEMIE AG
Sunshine Makers. Inc.
Sustainable Chemistry Alliance (Canada)
Sweet Water
Sweetwater Energy Inc
TetraVitae Bioscience
The Dow Chemical Company
The Sherwin-Williams Co
The Woodbridge Group Corporation
Total Gas & Power
UNICA - Brazilian Sugar Cane Association
University of Alabama
University of Californa, Berkeley
University of Minnesota, Office for Technology Commercialization
University of Tennesse Chattanooga
University of Waterloo
UOP, A Division of Honeywell, Inc.
US Department of Agriculture
US Department of Energy
US Environmental Protection Agency
US Renewables Group
Victaulic
VIRENT ENERGY SYSTEMS INC.
Weyerhaeuser Company
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Xerox

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