Cleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 30th March 2023 Issue no. 1058
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Industry leaders and researchers prepare for CIRI Science Conference
The Cleaning Industry Research Institute has announced that the theme for the 2019 research symposium taking place 15th - 17th July at Miami University in Oxford, OH, US, is 'Connecting Research to Practice'. The conference is focused solely on sound science in the cleaning and remediation industries; all presentations are peer-reviewed for content and objectivity.
"We're not a marketing conference or a trade show," explains John Downey, CIRI's executive director. "This is a conference for researchers and industry leaders looking for both research-to-practice and practice-to-research perspectives and for anyone who wants to learn best practices backed by sound science."
Topics to be explored include disinfection, microbiome, newest measurement technologies, robotics and drone technologies, innovations in training and education. More than 18 speakers will present during fast-moving, high-information 'lightning round' sessions during the event.
John points out that CIRI symposiums feature dialogue and sharing of information based on data and research. "CIRI science symposiums aren't for everyone," he warns... "Just serious, technically-orientated professionals who want to share and build relationships with science researchers and like-minded industry professionals."
CIRI's science symposiums are held in academic environments at university venues. Past symposiums were held at the University of Maryland, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
For ticketing information, including an early-bird discount, visit:
18th April 2019