A “must attend” networking/meeting

Late news but not too late to make it!

Alamo Inventors Presents
Twelve Events That Will Change Everything

Dr. William C. Davis

5:30 – 6:30PM Networking

6:30 – 8:00 PM Presentation

After Meeting Networking @ Black-Eyed Pea

San Antonio Technology Center
3463 Magic Drive, San Antonio, TX 78229

Dr William C. Davis, inventor, professor emeritus and former chair of the department of natural sciences at St. Philips College has lived a remarkable life by following his instincts. Meeting and gaining insight, wisdom and inspiration from historical luminaries including George Washington Carver, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Ernest Hemmingway, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Wernher von Braun, Dr. Davis decided to choose a career path leading to being of service to people in order to make life more livable. Some of Dr. Davis’ important discoveries include adding arabinogalactans (a crystalline powder) to potatoes to render a more appealing consistency for instant mashed potatoes, a wood sugar leading to an industrial glue used in compressed wood, developing a process for the efficient standardization of blood testing for insulin and growth hormones which resulted in better diagnoses and identification of a sugar to provides texture for frozen desserts.

Dr Davis has been concerned about the feeding of the world’s population , growing shortages of energy and reliance on fossil fuels. He will present want he considers to be twelve events that will change the way we live and work as well as tips for inventing success.

Alamo Inventors is part of a qualified a 501c3 non-profit, Tech Connexus Association.
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