Join a 60-minute interactive webinar featuring collegiate biobased innovators from Purdue University as they receive feedback and career advice from Cargill’s Industrial Specialties experts.

Purdue University winners of the 2017 Student Soybean Innovation Competition, sponsored by the Indiana Soybean Alliance, developed a soy-based air filter for use in residential and commercial applications. The Cargill representatives have agreed to provide feedback to the students on their biobased innovation and share possible opportunities and obstacles for it to move from the lab to the real world.

Bring your questions about this new product, the pathway to commercializing a soy-based product, and the many opportunities for soy as a sustainable ingredient in industrial products.  And check out this Indiana Soybean Alliance video featuring past commercialization successes including a Student Soybean Innovation Competition winner.

TIME: 4 p.m. Eastern
DATE: Wednesday, September 6, 2017

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The FiltraSoy Team

The FiltraSoy team took first place in the 2017 Student Soybean Innovation Competition at Purdue University for creating a soy-based HVAC air filter. Pictured from left are Anderson Smith of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Samaneh Saadat of Iran; Andrew Huang of Potomac, Md.; and Sushant Mehan of India.