Invest Midwest 2021, a virtual conference, will take place April 27-28, and TechAccel is proud to again serve as a sponsor.
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Invest Midwest highlights startups in the Midwest region with the most promise for success that are currently seeking Series A or B funding of $1M to $20M. The conference provides an ideal opportunity for entrepreneurs to raise capital and all attendees to make new connections.
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Falling costs propel RNAi’s expansion into agriculture and animal health
In this webinar, experts from TechAccel’s subsidiary RNAissance Ag will discuss:
• The history, challenges, and basic biology of RNAi
• Recent advances in RNAi manufacturing and formulation
• RNAi’s near-term applications and mid- to long-term possibilities in plant agriculture and animal health
The webinar features:
Candace Seeve, Ph.D., Senior Science Advancement Manager, TechAccel
Candace comes from a farming family and was a USDA-ARS postdoctoral fellow in Columbia, MO, before joining TechAccel. Candace received a Ph.D. in Molecular & Environmental Plant Sciences from Texas A&M University.
Bert Berla, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, RNAissance Ag Bert has been using plant science to build a more sustainable future for nearly the last 20 years. His undergraduate degree is from the University of Illinois and he received a Ph.D. in Energy, Environmental, and Chemical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.
Emily Aston, DVM, Ph.D., Science Advancement Manager, TechAccel
Emily was trained as a poultry veterinarian and has expertise in virology, immunology, vaccines, and poultry management. She obtained her veterinary degree from Cornell University and her Ph.D. from the University of Georgia, and she was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Davis.