Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 9:10 AM
Indiana Conv. Center, Sagamore 3, Second Floor
131: Symposium--Feedstock Production for the New Bioeconomy: Opportunities and Roadblocks
Sponsor:Z18 Science for a Sustainable Bioeconomy
Presiding:Victor Lechtenberg, Purdue Univ
9:10 AMIntroductory Remarks
9:15 AMConner: Bioeconomy Symposium.
9:35 AMDiscussion
9:50 AMBreak
10:05 AMThe Society and the New Bioeconomy. 
Kevin Kephart, South Dakota State Univ
10:25 AMEconomic and Agronomic Implications of Developing a Biobased Industry.
Marie E. Walsh, Univ of Tennessee
10:45 AMPotential Role of Biomass Crops in America's Energy Future.
David Bransby, Dept of Agronomy & Soils
11:05 AMCrop Residue as Feedstock for the New Bioeconomy: Opportunities and Roadblocks. 
W.W. Wilhelm, USDA-ARS, G.E. Varvel, USDA-ARS, Douglas Karlen, USDA-ARS, Jane M.-F. Johnson, USDA-ARS North Central Soil Consv, John Baker, USDA-ARS
11:25 AMMyers: Bioeconomy Symposium.
Stephen Myers, Ohio State University - Columbus
11:45 AMPanel Discussion
12:00 PMAdjourn

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