NETL Director Brian Anderson, Ph.D., will speak at the TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo, which will be held Sunday, June 16 through Wednesday, June 19, 2019, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Anderson explained that the event connects top applied research and early-stage innovations from universities, labs and startups with industry end-users and prospectors.
“TechConnect has published more than 10,000 technical papers, connected more than 20,000 innovations with industry partners, provided prospecting to many Fortune 500 technology companies, and supported most every U.S. Science and Technology agency since its inception,” Anderson said. “Showcasing NETL’s technology leadership in carbon capture and conversion technologies at this important networking and business event will help showcase some of the innovations we have made possible to an important gathering of potential commercialization partners.”
TechConnect World is one of the largest multisector gatherings of technology intellectual property (IP), technology ventures, industrial partners, and investors in the world. The purpose of TechConnect World is to bring together the world’s top technology transfer offices, companies, and investment firms to locate the most promising technologies and early stage companies from across the globe. All technology and venture presentations are prevetted by the TechConnect Advisory Committee, which includes more than 40 individuals representing leading universities, companies, and investment firms worldwide.
The three-day program will include IP and venture presentations, networking receptions, and marketplace and corporate partnering presentations.
Attendees include mid-to-large size companies (research and business development executives), federal and international government agencies, professional services firms, venture capitalists, university technology transfer officers, federal laboratories, start-up companies and investment banking firms.
Last year’s attendees represented companies and organizations from North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
NETL is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory that produces technological solutions for America’s energy challenges. From developing creative innovations and efficient energy systems that make coal more competitive, to advancing technologies that enhance oil and natural gas extraction and transmission processes, NETL research is providing breakthroughs and discoveries that support home-grown energy initiatives, stimulate a growing economy, and improve the health, safety, and security of all Americans.