Thank you to all who attended Biopolymers Symposium 2014!
The Biopolymers Symposium 2014 would not have been possible without the support of our speakers, sponsors and exhibitors! See you in 2015!
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This year's 9th annual conference and exhibition was co-located with the BIO World Congress, giving attendees exceptional access and opportunity to network with stakeholders and participants of all sectors of the industrial biotechnology industry.
Biopolymers 2014 brought together organizations like Corbion Purac, ecosVC, the Vancouver Aquarium, Ivar's Restaurants, Unisource Global, DuPont Industrial BioSciences, BASF and International Paper to share their experiences and knowledge to help you expand your markets. Attendees learned about current industry drivers; advances in sustainable feedstocks; innovation in resins and monomers; functional non-plastic biopolymers; biopolymers and compostable packaging's role in zero waste; innovations in processing and performance and much more. View the 2014 agenda>>>
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Past attendees of the Biopolymers Symposium had this to say:
- "The Symposium provided exposure to a number of companies participating in the biopolymer industry." Senior Licensing Associate, Kimberly-Clark
- "The Symposium attracts a diverse group of companies/researchers and roles, providing excellent opportunities for networking." Research Scientist, Michigan Molecular Institute
- "An excellent gathering of industry and stakeholders discussing the current state of biopolymers." Graduate Research Associate, Arizona State University
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