Seminars & Webinars: November 2014
The objective of this conference was to bring together scientific experts from academia, industry, and government agencies from around the world to present and discuss current research findings on the subject of nanotechnology and sustainability. The conference program addressed the critical aspects of sustainable nanotechnology such as life cycle assessment, green synthesis, green energy, industrial partnerships, environmental and biological fate, and the overall sustainability of engineered nanomaterials. The conference also fostered new collaborations between academic and industrial participants. Lynn L. Bergeson presented “Current Developments in Nanotechnology Law and Policy” on Nov. 4th. Click here for more information.
Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. and affiliate The Biobased and Renewable Products Advocacy Group (BRAG) were proud sponsors. The Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference Series has become one of the largest gatherings of Advanced Biofuels and Renewable Chemicals and Biomaterials Operating Company CEOs and senior executives, strategic partners, financiers, equity analysts, policymakers and industry suppliers in the Advanced Biofuels & Renewable Chemicals and Biomaterials industries in North America. ABLC NEXT featured: The Store of the Future right inside the conference event - where you could have seen, heard, touched and tasted the new fuels, products and biomaterials that are coming to shelves and pumps right now - and many that are coming in the very near future; fresh faces illuminating the hottest topics in the industry - - the new superdiesels, ethanols and jet fuels, specialty chemicals & nutraceuticals, magic microbes & catalysts, plastics, nylons and biomaterials. Hot export markets and partnership opportunities abroad. Biogas and natural gas. Carbon Capture and Re-Use. Bolt-ons and retrofits and co-locations. Kathleen M. Roberts, Executive Director of BRAG, spoke on the how the results of the November election might impact the regulatory landscape for the biobased chemical community. Click here for more information.
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Major changes for chemical manufacturers and importers are in store on June 1, 2015, when the key provisions of US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard ("HazCom" 2012) take effect. HazCom 2012, which mandates alignment with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), adds the US to a growing number of countries adopting a GHS-based hazard communication approach. Gradient and Bergeson & Campbell. P.C. provided a complimentary webinar and online discussion series regarding the scientific, legal, and business implications brought on by the widespread implementation of GHS principles. Click here for more information.