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WHO’S THERE, AND GETTING INVOLVED

At ABLC NEXT, you'll meet project developers, technologists exploring basic science through to commercial-ready applied processes, scientists policy and government program experts, and financiers for every stage of development and deployment.

Charting the course for the Advanced Bioeconomy

The Advanced Bioeconomy Feedstocks Conference is about real dialogue by the real leaders on the real issues in development and deployment.br>
In partnership with the DOE and 8 of the national labs and bioenergy centers, we’ll be showcasing cutting-edge pre-commercial research in fuels, chemicals, crops, genomics, imaging, robotics, and Big Data applications in agriculture and fuels.

With Boeing and a group of airlines and technology developers, we’ll be showcasing the next generation of aviation fuels and aircraft. And with Propel and a group of advanced fuel developers we’ll be showcasing the new environment for selling the Advanced Bioeconomy at retail.

From basic research to high-powered Washington lobbyists, we’ll have policy options and asks well covered. How to protect the IP and extract value. And in finance, we’ll have private equity, venture capital. noted angels, and loan guarantee and sovereign debt organizations from the USDA to OPIC on hand for partnering and information-sharing.

An “action event” with unparalleled networking and visualization

AT ABLC NEXT, you are a vital part of the action. Really connect!Slides and coffee breaks? How about actual retail environments where you can see products and interact with their developers. Or, high-powered receptions where the leading technologists of this generation, policymakers and financiers are picking up awards, and on-hand for information-sharing and partnering up.

Visualize! In partnership with more than 40 companies making biobased materials and ingredients, we’ll be showcasing more than 100 products in the NEXT STORE, our retail environment that promotes and explains the foods, beverages, packaging, lubricants, cleansers, clothing, fibers and fuels coming out of the Advanced Bioeconomy.