13 Oct 2015 Michigan Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference
Russell Brynolf has accepted an opportunity to participate in a Plenary Panel at the 2015 Michigan Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference (November 4th 2015), hosted at the University of Michigan North Campus Research Complex in Ann Arbor MI. Russell will be discussing how FTS Technologies progressed its patented technology from R&D to production viability, the barriers to implementation, and how the ATmaP technology is designated ‘Green’.
Also participating in the Plenary Panel are Stephen DeVito, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and John Bradburn, General Motors. Panel Moderator: Dr. Clinton Boyd, Steelcase.
The Michigan Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference is designed to be a valuable experience for sharing information, networking, and learning. Green chemistry and engineering can help businesses create new markets, reduce costs, increase safety, and gain a competitive edge
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