Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Student Awarded at BASF Innovations in Agriculture Poster Session



Ph.D. student Veronica Mbaneme won second place at the 2017 BASF Innovations in Agriculture Poster Session. 


Her project, Integrated Energy System using Perennial​ Bioenergy Crops and Clostridium thermocellum received a corresponding monetary award.

Students from universities across the state including NC State, Duke University, UNC-Chapel Hill, NC Central and NC A&T attended. 


They were invited to present their research, tour the BASF Research Triangle Park facilities, learn about various research initiatives, and network with academic and industry leaders at the 2017 BASF Innovations in Agriculture Poster Session.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I was truly blessed for this wonderful opportunity to present a portion of my doctoral research, network and positively represent NCSU's BAE department at BASF.

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