ARLINGTON, VA — Media are welcome to cover the Biotechnology for Materiel and Defense Symposium Webinar<https://www.ndia.org/events/2020/6/17/biotechnology-for-materiel-and-defense-symposium>, Wednesday, June 17, from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, presented by the National Defense Industrial Association and Lockheed Martin.
This on-the-record event features many sought-after industry experts, among them:
* Steve Walker, Lockheed Martin’s chief technology officer, as keynote speaker
Michelle Rozo, assistant director for biotechnology from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering
* Alexander Titus, chief strategy officer at the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute
* Patrick Mason, department head for Warfighter Performance at the Office of Naval Research
A complete agenda, speaker information and more are available here<https://www.ndia.org/events/2020/6/17/biotechnology-for-materiel-and-defense-symposium>.
Join us to discuss recent advances in synthetic biology, biotechnology and their supporting infrastructures — such as biodesign, automation, artificial intelligence and data analytics — that are moving us closer to capabilities such as biosensors and nanostructure material production. Harnessing nature’s processes to produce molecules and materials sustainably not only could have a positive impact on the environment and domestic manufacturing but could change radically how we design and build materiel to maintain and support the military.
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