Confronting the global energy challenge, July 16
July 10, 2008
Innovation After Hours
Wednesday, July 16 - 4 p.m.
Stonehouse Grille (upstairs), 125 S. College
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be light appetizers and a cash bar.
Admission is free.
The presenter is Bryan Willson, Ph.D., with Colorado State University's Engines & Energy Conversion Laboratory (http://www.eecl.colostate.edu), discussing "Confronting the Global Energy Challenge through Innovation and Research."
Global demand for energy rising
The global demand for energy is rising, even as global production of petroleum will soon decline. Pollution from fossil-fuel combustion has a worldwide impact on health, and the buildup of greenhouse gasses is forcing global climate change.
This is the reality that we live with. This is also our challenge! CSU's Engines & Energy Conversion Laboratory, or EECL, is confronting the global energy challenge through innovative research.
About Innovation After Hours
Innovation after Hours is a premier monthly networking and education forum open to all members of the community that will be of special interest to those in scientific, technology and creative fields. It will showcase the best and brightest innovators, scientists and entrepreneurs in Northern Colorado and around the world.
For additional event information, contact Kelly Peter at (970) 581-5395 or visit http://www.fortcollinsincubator.org/events/display.php?i=249.
Hosted by Rocky Mountain Innovation Initiative, the Northern Colorado Clean Energy Cluster, and the Larimer Bioscience Cluster, The Global Energy Challenge Humanity is at a Crossroads.
Other sponsors of the event include the city of Fort Collins, CSU Ventures, Ehrhardt Keefe Steiner Hottman, PC, and Stonehouse Grille.
Contact: Bryan Willson
Phone Number: (970) 491-4787