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Suresh Narine

Chairman and Executive Director
CGX Energy, Canada

Professor Suresh Narine, named in 2011 as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Leaders in Canada, is a globally recognized scientist and business leader. He is, since 2005, the Director of Guyana's Institute of Applied Science and Technology. He is also a Senior Professor of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy at Trent University, where he is also the Director of the Trent Centre for Biomaterials Research. Professor Narine's scientific work focusses on the development of Green Technologies to convert agricultural resources to high value biomaterials. In recognition of his ground-breaking contributions in this area, he has received numerous awards and accolades, served as the Ontario Research Chair in Green Chemistry and Engineering and currently is the Natural Sciences and Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Chair in Lipid Derived Biomaterials. The author of more than 200 scientific publications and books, Professor Narine is also a co-inventor on more than 70 patents and patent applications. Narine has brought numerous scientific innovations to the market and is an acknowledged world leader in the challenging field of research commercialization. His work at the Institute of Applied Science and Technology has led to commercialization of several local high value products; notable among these are several high value products which utilizes Indigenous Knowledges, in partnership with Guyana's Indigenous Peoples. Narine is also the Chairman of the Board and Executive Director (Guyana) of CGX Energy, explorers for Petroleum in the Guyana-Suriname Basin, both on and off-shore.

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