Speaking at the National Advanced Biofuels Conference, in Omaha, NE

I will be speaking at a biofuels conference next week, conveniently hosted in my hometown of Omaha, NE

National Advanced Biofuels Conference & Expo
CenturyLink Center Omaha
http://www.advancedbiofuelsconference.com/ema/DisplayPage.aspx?pageId=Pr...

Scroll down the page a bit on the above linked page and find my talk listed during the panel discussion about algae.

Track 2: Inputs & Supply Chains
Thursday, Sept 12
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Algae Biofuels: Updates and Progress from Leading Regional and National Researchers
The momentum in the algae biofuels segment is hard to deny. Once relegated to lab and bench scale volumes, the industry is now delivering real gallons for test flights, and more than a few producers are well into their commercialization plans. Still, algae research abounds as researchers work to perfect cultivation, harvest and conversion approaches. Featuring a strong representation from the Midwest, this panel digs into the compelling research being done to continue to drive algaeā€™s incredible potential forward.

Scott Williams, Postdoctoral Fellow, Advanced Algae Biofuels, Johns Hopkins University
Wet Algae Biomass Separation for Biofuel Production