Microbial Ecosystem For Biofuels And Polymers
We are looking for experts in "microbial ecosystem for biofuels and polymers" to provide commentary and insights towards a startup that uses an employee performance analytics engine to performance by continually collecting, performing analysis on, and recommending actions from performance data. We are an angel investing platform dedicated to connecting deep-tech startups with angel investors.
By deep-tech we mean startups founded on scientific breakthroughs and technological innovations that create lasting impact on mankind. As a participating expert* in this process, your involvement is limited to answering anywhere between 8-12 investor-submitted questions.
This takes about 1 hour (+/-) . Once you are vetted, we send those questions via a web form for your responses. If your contribution is published, it will be viewable by potential investors in this startup, giving you an opportunity to make connections, socialize virtually, and gain bragging rights in a vibrant entrepreneurial and angel investing community.
*at this point, we cannot guarantee any monetary reimbursement. You do get insights to new upcoming technologies in your field and a tremendous networking opportunity!+undefined Other Responses
Hi zintro expert,
the zintro blog needs you! we are looking for expert opinions on the news mentioned below and would like to hear from you within the next couple of days.
While wed love your thoughts, we realize that your time is valuable, so here are a couple of things you need to know before deciding whether or not to participate:
- replies should be brief about 1-2 paragraphs and include your full name
- participation is voluntary no payment will be involved
- if chosen, youll be named in the post and well include a link to your zintro profile which will generate more visitors for you
wondering what the post would look like? Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/
heres the topic on which wed love your thoughts:
biochemtex, a global technology provider of specialized biofuels and renewable chemicals, plans to invest approximatelt $200 million in its new cellulosic biofuels plant in sampson county, north carolina. According to the press release, the firm will operate at the location as carolina cellulosic biofuels, established in early 2013 as a special purpose vehicle for delivering the first commercial-scale cellulosic biorefinery utilising purpose-grown energy crops in north america. The plant will produce 20 million gallons per year of cellulosic biofuel from locally-grown.
what does this significant investment mean to the commitment to biofuels and renewable chemicals in the us?
Getting your name and expert opinion published on our blog is a great marketing opportunity. If interested, please send us your response via znotes within a couple of days. Donât forget to include your full name.
If you have any questions, please let us know.
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Renewable Energy Germany
Contribute to the zintro blog!
i am an independent writer for zintro. I am looking for your expert opinion on the question below and a written response that is one to three paragraphs. Your response may be used in an article that i will write and post on the zintro blog site. If your response is used, you will be named in the article and a link to your expert profile will be included. Your contribution is voluntary and provides you with a great marketing opportunity to get your name and expert opinion published. Here is a sample blog: http://blog.Zintro.Com/
question: germany just announced that it is closing all of its nuclear power plants by 2022. Experts think that the country will move toward filling the energy gap with renewable energy. What do you think? Will the technology be advanced enough by then? What needs to happen in the meantime and will other countries follow suit?
If you are interested, please send me your response via znotes in the next day or two. If you have any questions, please let me know.
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