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NEXT 2018 Conference on Technology, Manufacturing and Biotech is Nov. 15 in Liverpool
Registration is open for NEXT 2018 on Thursday, Nov. 15, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Syracuse-Liverpool, 441 Electronics Parkway in Liverpool.
Now in its fifth year, the NEXT conference focuses on innovation in technology, manufacturing and biotech. The event brings together fast-track companies, managers, researchers, medical professionals, investors and entrepreneurs to meet and learn from each other and from global thought leaders and industry experts.
The full-day program boasts two world-class keynotes, as well as interactive educational workshops in three concurrent tracks. A Technology Showcase features breakthrough science from university and industry research teams and displays from businesses developing cutting-edge products, giving attendees a unique first-hand look at NEXT generation opportunities, tools and discoveries.
Keynote speakers are Chris Kelly, former chief privacy officer for Facebook, speaking on “The Future of Technology, Cybersecurity, Innovation and Our Digital World,” and Rob Shepherd, head of Cornell University’s Organic Robotics Lab, speaking on “The Human Touch: How Bio-inspired Design and Advanced Fabrication Are Revolutionizing Robotics.”
Registration is $25 and may be completed online.
For more information, visit the NEXT 2018 website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 315.425.5144 extension 307.
NEXT 2018 is presented by the Central New York Biotech Accelerator, the Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE) at Syracuse University, the New York State Science & Technology Law Center in SU’s College of Law and TDO|Train Develop Optimize.