Hey Purdue Students! Want to win $20,000?
Find out how at the Student Soybean Innovation Competition Call-Out. This competition is open to all Purdue undergraduate and graduate students!
September 18, 2018
LILY G126 at 5:30 pm
Pizza and Soda Provided!
The purpose of this competition is to encourage students to exercise their knowledge and skills in creating new industrial products from soybeans. Student teams will enter this competition to create novel products or materials using soybeans, or their components.
Student innovation contests are excellent learning tools. Through these competitions, students will gain practical experience in utilizing their coursework education to develop products/processes, learning about specific new technical areas, and applying economic, technical and marketing feasibility. Industry gains novel ideas for potential commercial development, as well as developing future potential employees.
Find out more at the Competition Call-Out!
Team Soy Tack
2017-18 Soybean Competition Winners!
Terence Babb (Multidisciplinary Engineering),
Jacob Semonis (Agricultural Economics/Agronomy)
Christopher Stichter (Agricultural Systems Management)
Susan Hubbard (Biological Engineering)