Bioscience Association Manitoba is pleased to announce that Kim Kline has been appointed President of the Bioscience Association Manitoba on an interim basis, effective immediately.
Training & Events
Plant Protein Innovation Center's 2nd Annual Research Spotlight Meeting
The Research Spotlight Meeting showcases research that is actively being conducted in the plant proteins space, including the five projects funded by the Plant Protein Innovation Center (PPIC). The event features presentations from several researchers, internal and external to the PPIC researcher cohort. The event also includes an interactive e-poster session with the opportunity to speak with students and researchers directly and ask questions about their research. The event will be formatted in breakout sessions, giving attendees the option to customize their day based on which presentations, e-poster sessions, and networking opportunities they would like to attend. There will be a number of networking breakout sessions built into the day to provide ample opportunity to connect with potential collaborators, customers, partners, and fellow plant protein aficionados.
Why should you attend?
Stay up-to-date on the latest in plant proteins research from expert researchers that are part of the first plant-based research center of its kind in the nation
Connect directly with plant protein researchers and procure answers and information from the source
Meet students and post-doctoral researchers that are actively involved in plant proteins research that could be future hires
Why not!? Plant proteins are an all-consuming trend across the value chain -- don't miss this one day all-inclusive opportunity to network, engage in the conversation, and get involved in the space!
Follow this link to the event website for information on speakers, program details, registration, discounts, and how to join the meeting virtually
Cost to attend: $50 (Students: $20)
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