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Research to Receptor Series 2009

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Research to Receptor Series 2009

Time: November 26, 2009 from 9am to 3pm
Location: Delta Hotel, Guelph
Street: 50 Stone Rd W
City/Town: Guelph
Website or Map: http://www.deltaguelph.com
Phone: 519 824 7120
Event Type: agricultural, solutions, for, energy:, biomass
Organized By: Alex Barlow / Laurie Iversen / Jim Wadleigh
Latest Activity: Oct 23, 2009

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Event Description

R2R 2009 will be an elite gathering of researchers, academics and executives who are involved in agriculture and agri-food innovation and research within Guelph.

This year's Research to Receptor will follow GPI's Networking Breakfast. Attend both events and save $10 for a total of $65. Contact admin@guelphinnovation.com to get this discount and to register.

The program will include lunch, plenary sessions and seminars, with key guest speakers and thought-provoking panel discussions focusing on biomass for the generation of energy, from the discovery and production side to launching into the market and beyond to end users. This will provide a great opportunity to network and interact with these key leaders. Discover how to bring research from the lab to market and how to get the research you need accomplished conducted at universities.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

- Biomass Innovation – What an array of technologies!
- End Users of Biomass – Ontario Power Generation and others.
- How to identify research opportunities and partners.
- Unique Solutions and Operations in Ontario - Huge Capacity

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