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EnVision Forum 2021
The future of energy is now and Virginia Tech is helping to lead the way.
Join Virginia Tech and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on April 26 and 27, as we partner to host the second annual EnVision Forum, an all-virtual, two-day energy event bringing together leading thinkers, universities, government partners, and corporate entities sparking new conversations and forging new partnerships on emerging energy issues. This is a no-charge event, with a maximum of 1,000 attendees and registration required.
You're trying to change the world. So are we. Let's do it together.
Say hello to Virginia Tech inventors who are changing the world
General ItemJonathan Boreyko
Mechanical engineer and publisher of 50+ papers applies nature-inspired science and technology combining fluid mechanics, heat transfer, interfacial phenomena, materials science, and renewable energy.
General ItemKevin Edgar
Professor in biomaterials and bioprocessing who has worked in polysaccharide science approaching on four decades. He is currently exploring new ways to use cellulose and other natural polysaccharides, as renewable, sustainable and biodegradable materials, in the creation of novel drug-delivery systems.
General ItemMatthew Hull
Double-Hokie and entrepreneur turned researcher combines a passion for sustainability, converging technologies, and entrepreneurship to study the applications and implications of nanotechnology across multiple domains.
General ItemPaul Carlier
Doing science experiments in the basement during middle school fueled his passion for chemistry. Now, the trained organic and medicinal chemist harnesses the power of synthetic chemistry to advance biology, medicine, and public health.
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Our team offers a full continuum of services to the Virginia Tech community and industry to help partnerships grow and flourish and ensure the discoveries made at the university deliver economic and human impact. We enable platforms and projects large and small. From delivering on the goals of Virginia Tech’s new Innovation Campus, to be located in Alexandria Virginia, to nurturing Virginia Tech start-ups, we offer a full suite of services under one team. Our three complementary centers help companies increase talent and research capabilities, commercialize ideas and discoveries, and create cycles of growth and opportunity to serve the VT community, commonwealth and beyond.