4th Annual Seattle Conference
Every year, we address several aspects of the Bioeconomy, including biofuel, biotechnology, and green chemistry. The impact of biofuels on greenhouse gases is subject to debate. This year, sessions will include:
The Economics and Science of 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Generation Biofuel: New Perspectives
Economics of Land Use for Biofuel. The Value of Drought Tolerance
Alternative Biofuels and Biotechnologies. The State of Biofuel
The Multi-state Research Project NC-1034, “Impact Analyses and Decision Strategies for Agricultural Research,” will hold its Annual Business Meeting on Biotechnology, Bioenergy, and Global Food Security.