Published: January 16, 2013
Fraunhofer and University of Delaware to Host Technology Summit (New Dates)
NEWARK, Del. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Product development challenges in the life sciences and energy will be
the focus of the inaugural Fraunhofer-Delaware Technology Summit, March
5â6, at the University of Delaware. Registration is available through the
Originally set for late October 2012 but postponed due to Hurricane
Sandy, the technology summit will feature an exciting program of local
to international speakers.
The first day is a full-day conference at UD's Clayton Hall Conference
Center. The second day will feature laboratory tours and follow-up
discussions. In addition to talks and panels, participants are
encouraged to exhibit posters related to the conference topics, ranging
from "Advances in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing" to "Biomass-Derived
Oils." The deadline to submit a poster proposal is Feb. 25.
To read the complete release at NewsBlaze,
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