FLC Water Innovation Virtual Forum Spotlights Breakthrough Technology

FLC Water Innovation Virtual Forum Spotlights Breakthrough Technology

The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) is eager to bring the known water issues to the forefront of the science and technology community.

theWaterCouncilLogo.pngIn partnership with The Water Council, the FLC is hosting the Water Innovation Virtual Forum (WIVF)—a one-day online event that will provide an opportunity for federal laboratories, and all water technology developers, to showcase their water-relevant research and development and ready-to-license technologies that are viable solutions to stop a potential global water crisis.

WIVF offers water industry and federal laboratory professionals an easy-to-access, open setting in which to make real-time connections. With this forum, the FLC hopes to show that through collaborative efforts and federal technologies, the technology transfer process can contribute to addressing global issues that affect us all.

The Virtual Forum topics will expand upon the issues discussed during the summit and allow federal policymakers and water industry leaders to strategize new ways of working together to find solutions.

All those with valuable strategy input or technology expertise that can address some of the water-related issues our world is facing are encouraged to attend. Some of the latest water-related technologies and resources will also be exhibited, and laboratory representatives will be standing by to discuss potential technology applications and further development to meet the water industry’s needs. 

Source: The Water Council