Int'l. Delegation to tour Biohybrid Chemistry Cluster

Sarnia-Lambton, Ontario, June 14, 2013 – On Thursday June 20th, the Bioindustrial Innovation Centre and the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership will be hosting an international delegation from the industrial biotechnology sector. Included in the delegation are companies from the Netherlands, France, and Brazil. <br> <br> The group will be touring local attributes in the community that are facilitating the development of the emerging Sarnia-Lambton Biohybrid Chemistry Cluster, including: the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park; Lambton College; the LANXESS Bioindustrial Park Sarnia; the TransAlta Bluewater Energy Park; and Suncor&rsquo;s St. Clair Ethanol facility. <br> <br> While in Sarnia-Lambton, the delegation will have the opportunity to meet with local dignitaries and authorities. <br> <br> To give the delegation a taste of down-home Sarnia-Lambton hospitality, the day will conclude with a country barbeque at Parkland Farms on Confederation Line. <br> <br> Local media are invited to meet with the delegation at 1:00 pm, June 20th, at the Western Research Park Sarnia-Lambton Campus, 1086 Modeland Road, Sarnia. <br> <br> The tour is taking place in conjunction with the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing being held in Montreal June 16-19, at which the Sarnia-Lambton Biohybrid Chemistry Cluster is participating with both an exhibit and as speakers. <br> <br> For further information:<br> <br> Murray McLaughlin<br> Executive Director<br> Bioindustrial Innovation Centre<br> 519-550-5525<br>

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