3D Printing Hacker And Biotechnologist Corrie Van Sice Speaks Tuesday

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Corrie Van Sice, a national thought leader in 3D printing, biotechnology and innovation culture, will share her perspectives in Chattanooga Tuesday at the Church on Main. Her discussion will highlight the intellectual tradegrounds emerging around 3D printing, as well as the changing landscape of engineering innovation.

This event is the first installment of the Chattanooga Spirit Series, a new string of speaking engagements that will feature national voices on topics that highlight emerging innovation opportunities in the Chattanooga area. 

Networking will begin at 6 p.m. and the event starts at 6:25 p.m.  The Church on Main is at 1601 Rossville Ave. 

Ms. Van Sice will deliver the keynote address, preceded by brief remarks from Mike Bradshaw, executive director of the Company Lab, Dough Speight, entrepreneur in residence for GIGTANK and David McDonald, CEO and co-founder of Lift1428 and ProjectLift.

 

The Chattanooga Spirit Series is sponsored by the Benwood Foundation and hosted by the Company Lab, the Enterprise Center, Lamp Post Group and SwiftWing Ventures.



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