Jun
16
to Jun 19

TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo

For over 20 years the TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo has connected top applied research and early-stage innovations from universities, labs, and startups with industry end-users and prospectors. The 2019 TechConnect World Innovation event includes the annual SBIR/STTR Spring Innovation Conference, Spring Defense TechConnect, the TechConnect Technical Program - more than 35 world-class technical symposium, and the Nanotech Conference Series – the world's largest and longest running nanotechnology event.

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Feb
10
to Feb 13

AUTM Annual Meeting 2019

AUTM’s Annual Meeting is the year's signature tech transfer event where professionals from around the world meet to network, make deals and gain valuable insights from world-class speakers and panels. In February we're meeting in Austin - home to tech innovation, music, film, those fascinating migrating bats and yes, the curious, nine-banded armadillo. We hope you'll
join us, in the great state of Texas!

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Jan
30
to Jan 31

Global Corporate Venturing Summit

In this, the fourth iteration of the GCVI Summit, you’ll be part of the debate that focuses on how today’s multinationals will ride the innovation wave of disruption. Set against the backdrop of organizational shift as exhibited by CV&I leaders such as GE and Intel, the 2019 GCVI Summit (January 30-31) will provide insight on timely approaches to navigate both operational and technological industry disruption.

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Jan
9
to Jan 11

Northeast Aquaculture Conference & Exposition and the Milford Aquaculture Seminar

  • Boston Park Plaza Hotel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The biennial Northeast Aquaculture Conference & Exposition (NACE) was created in 1998 by the Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center with the goal of bringing together producers, service providers, vendors, researchers, students and managers from across the northeast region to discuss pressing issues and relevant research on aquaculture.

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Dec
4
to Dec 6

The Conservation Fund Freshwater Institute: Aquaculture Innovation Workshop

Aquaculture Innovation Workshops (AIW) provide an opportunity for aquaculture producers, scientists, engineers, aquaculture industry suppliers, regulators and investors to communicate progress on the technical, biological and economic feasibility of culturing fish—particularly salmon—to post-smolt or market size in closed-containment systems using floating or recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) technology. This international summit is hosted by The Conservation Fund's Freshwater Institute.

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Nov
8
to Nov 9

Global Corporate Venturing

Our second annual Houston conference, hosted by Global Corporate Venturing (GCV) and Global University Venturing (GUV), will see concurrent tracks debate the convergence of digital, decarbonisation and decentralisation on the energy sector by the main corporate venturing units and their portfolio companies while, in partnership with the National Council for Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2), the main US and international universities will gather to develop best practices for their venturing and startup approaches in parallel through the GUV Leadership Society and its Powerlist 100.

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Oct
23
to Oct 25

Smart Cities Connect: Fall Conference & Expo

Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo offers the most comprehensive conference, exposition and accelerator of smart city innovation in North America. We deliver premium networking and educational opportunities with a keen focus on city leaders and their priorities. Working closely with the technology community, we bring together the largest collection of intelligent systems providers for energy, infrastructure, networks, data management, urban mobility, citizen engagement and governance solutions.

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Oct
23
to Oct 25

SBIR/STTR Fall Innovation Summit

America’s Seed Fund is returning to Tampa! This two day event features insightful discussions and presentations to highlight strategies for submitting stronger proposals, understand differences between agencies, identify organizations providing assistance for applicants/awardees, and how to set your company up for commercialization. Attendees have the opportunity to interact with SBIR Program Managers from the Department of Energy, NASA, National Science Foundation, Department of Commerce, Department of Agriculture, Department of Transportation, and the Department of Defense.

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