February 22, 2024

Purdue hosts Sen. Young, members of National Security Commission on Emerging Biotechnology, and industry for Ag Tech Roundtable discussion


Purdue President Mung Chiang and Executive Vice President for Research Karen Plaut on Wednesday (Feb. 21) hosted U.S. Sen. Todd Young of Indiana, industry leaders and several members of the National Security Commission on Emerging Biotechnology (NSCEB) at the Convergence Center in Discovery Park District at Purdue for a robust conversation about how emerging biotech research at Purdue and Indiana’s industry can help shape our future. The NSCEB is charged with conducting a thorough review of how advancements in emerging biotechnology and related technologies will shape current and future activities to support the country’s national and economic security.

President Mung Chiang and U.S. Sen. Todd Young in discussion President Mung Chiang and U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., led a roundtable conversation to discuss challenges and advancements in biotech from members of agriculture and biotech companies headquartered in Indiana and leaders from Purdue’s College of Agriculture and several life sciences institutes and centers. (Purdue University photo/John Underwood) Download image

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