CleanTech 2007 Extends Call for Submissions
CleanTech 2007 is currently accepting proposals from a wide range of clean technology sciences and commercialization sectors. The deadline to submit proposals is March 10.
Cleantech 2007 is a multi-disciplinary and multi-sector conference on global sustainability addressing advancements in traditional technologies, emerging technologies and clean business practices. Cleantech 2007 will be co-located with the 2007 TechConnect Summit and the 10th annual Nanotech 2007 Conference and Expo at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California.
“With so much attention from scientists and policymakers around the world now focused on Cleantech, the timing is right to expand out focus and bring to the community this exciting and promising new area of opportunity,” said Matthew Laudon, co-chair of Cleantech.
Speaking proposals for Cleantech 2007 should address advancements in clean technologies and/or clean business processes for major economic sectors, and can focus on various timely topics related to clean technology, such as licensing and IP, industry needs and interests, and novel cleantech product development.
Submission abstracts for Cleantech are due by March 10, 2007. Submissions in the categories of Abstract, Business & Policy Presentation, IP, or Venture or can be done online at http://www.techconnect.org/Cleantech2007/ and will be selected based on relevance, maturity and potential impact of the underlying technology described.