Friday, August 31, 2007

Biobased Information System

Description: 

Started in 1999 by a group of individuals organized as AgroTech Communications, Inc. who were convinced that the bioeconomy would undergo a revolution and that information access would be key. Since that time the BIS has supplied information in a variety of web-based methods to thousands of individuals around the world. The BIS has served as a key component of projects including the Tennessee Biomass Information Network, education initiatives at Tennessee State University, and the Sun Grant Initiative. The BIS has received funding from U.S. Department of Energy and USDA.


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