(Posted Mon. Dec 9th, 2013)
Dec. 9: The National Corn Growers Association announced today that registration for the 2014 Corn Utilization and Technology Conference is now open. The biennial event will be held June 2-4 in Louisville, Ky. The 2014 CUTC will feature the cutting-edge technologies and new uses that continually improve and dynamically change the corn industry with a focus on wet and dry milling.
“While June may seem a ways away, registering now for CUTC provides an opportunity to save with valuable early registration discounts,” said NCGA Research and Business Development Action Team Chair Tom Mueller. “The 2014 conference remains a must-attend event on calendars of many throughout the industry. The conference maintains its position at the forefront of technology, fostering innovative ideas and the important networking connections necessary to move the industry forward.”
The conference session topics will address genetics, biotechnology, and grain quality. There will be additional sessions covering new technologies and products from wet and dry processing, enzyme technology, and products from biorefineries. Attendees can also expect to hear presentations on new starch uses, resistant starch and nutrition, biopolymers and higher valued products such as nutraceuticals.
The Gary Lamie Graduate Student Poster Competition will showcase the latest student research and provide students an opportunity to network and advance their careers.
Increasingly recognized as an important industry networking event, CUTC offers attendees the chance to meet hundreds of valuable business contacts, identify potential new customers and learn how new technologies will enhance the value of corn. CUTC poster presentations will again provide an ideal showcase for the latest research and present students with a challenging competition.
CUTC will be held at the Marriott Louisville Downtown Hotel. Visit www.corntechconf.org for updates as additional information becomes available. For information on discounted group room rates available for reservations completed by March 30, click here.