Global Supplies for Chemcial Feedstocks in the 21st Century
Recorded at the 17th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference
Traditionally, most chemical feedstocks have been petroleum-based. Today there are many alternative feedstocks being explored: corn stover, sugarcane, algae, waste, and natural gas, among many others. As world resources shift, what will the chemical feedstocks of the future look like? Our distinguished panelists will paint a global perspective on this rapidly changing landscape.
|Dr. Robert Fireovid, National Program Leader – Bioproducts and Biorefining, US Dept. of Agriculture – Agricultural Research Service|
|Dr. James E. Jackson, Professor, Michigan State University|
|Dr. Henry E. Bryndza, Technology Director, Dupont Central Research & Development||Dr. Adam Malofsky, President & CEO, Bioformix, Inc.|