At Advanced Biofuels Markets 2010, the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and Biofuels Digest jointly launched the “11 Hot Trends for ’11″ poll.
Digest readers and BIO members will jointly have the opportunity to rank the hottest trends from the coming year, by participating in the poll, here.
To ensure that the poll reflects as wide a cross-section of industry opinion, we request that all of our readers take a moment to access the poll, which features a total of five questions. Data from the poll will be shared with thought-leaders, media and the industry itself as an indication of the issues believed most likely to shape the growth of the biofuels industry in 2011.
Participate in the BIO/Biofuels Digest poll, here.
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