Senior health advisor for Esri
Managing Partner at Pappas Ventures
Chair, Department of Chemical Physiology, The Scripps Research Institute; Co-director, Center for Physiological Proteomics, The Scripps Research Institute
Some of the most innovative research in the world is happening at Washington State University. WSU is leading the way in sustainable fuel research that will profoundly impact the way we live. Their research, ranging from diverse biomass feedstock for biofuels to diverse transportation and other end uses, will drive innovation in the areas of agriculture, clean tech, and engineering.
The NW Biodiesel Network is pleased to present John Gardner, Ph.D., Vice President for Advancement and External Affairs at Washington State University. Gardner is the featured speaker at the NW Biodiesel Network’s meeting on May 24 in Seattle. He will share some the innovative work being conducted at WSU, including areas of bio-crop; bio-mass to bio-fuel; and bio-fuel to clean electrical power.