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28th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals

Hosted by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Welcome from the Organizing Committee

We are living in exciting times and times of change. Many countries are focusing signi cant efforts toward new, improved, or affordable products from renewable resources. We have designed the program for the 28th Symposium on Biotechnol- ogy for Fuels and Chemicals to deliver the latest research breakthroughs and results in biotechnology that stimulate such research activities. This year, we have an exciting program with six Oral Presentation Sessions, two Special Topics, and two Poster Presentation Sessions. Whether you represent the industrial, academic, or government sector, we invite you to join us and participate in this exciting exchange of information and ideas. You will nd valuable opportunities for productive interactions with your colleagues, both from a national and international perspective.

This year the Symposium is being managed by the Society for Industrial Microbiology (SIM) to assist the organizing committee with non-technical operations. The Symposium continues in the tradition of providing an informal, congenial atmosphere that our participants nd conducive to discussing technical program topics. All this is made possible through the generosity of our sponsors, and we urge you to join us in thanking them. This year’s sponsors include:

Abengoa Bioenergy Corporation Battelle Nanotechnology Innovation Alliance BRI Energy

Cargill

DOE Of ce of the Biomass Program Genencor International

Idaho National Laboratory

Iogen

Katzen International

National Renewable Energy Laboratory Natural Resources Canada

The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Novozymes

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

P& G

Southeastern SunGrant Center

Tate & Lyle

USDA Agricultural Research Service

Each year at this Symposium we recognize an individual, or individuals, who have distinguished themselves by their con- tributions to the eld of applied biotechnology for renewables as a whole, and this Symposium, in particular. This award is named in honor of Dr. Charles D. Scott, founder of the Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals and its chair for the rst ten years. At Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Chuck performed research and development on many novel bioprocessing systems. This year’s award(s) go to two very deserving individuals, Drs. Brian Davison, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Mark Finkelstein, National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Both are being recognized for their excellent technical leadership in the area of biotechnology and bioprocessing, and for their outstanding support of this Symposium and the Proceedings for many years.

We also hope you will join us for the 29th Symposium in Denver, Colorado, at the Denver Adam’s Mark Hotel, April 29- May 2, 2007. The Web link to the 29th Symposium is www.simhq.org/html/meetings.html.

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