As product developers continue to harness plant-soil microbiome science to commercialize agbiologicals, our mission for the 4th Microbiome Movement - AgBioTech Summit is simple: unite pioneering ag strategics, biotechs, academics and solution providers to advance plant-soil microbe discoveries into the next generation of commercially successful products with predictable modes of action, consistent performance and increased yield for growers.
Our conversations have highlighted that there are critical areas that continue to present challenges including applying basic science of plant-soil microbial ecologies into the wild field, using digital agtech to maximize data outcomes from greenhouse and field trials, formulating stable products and overcoming regulatory hurdles to accelerate product development.
There is an urgent need to shape the fabric of sustainable crop agriculture today. Make sure that agbiologicals are part of that fabric by joining your peers to apply the latest plant-soil microbiome innovation and develop the next generation of commercially successful products that transform grower yield, sustainability and commercial outcomes.
Group discounts, start-up, academic and early booking rates are available. Please visit the website for full pricing information.
Industry pricing: Conference + 2 Workshops : USD 3397.0,
Industry pricing: Conference + Workshop : USD 2898.0,
Industry pricing: Conference Only : USD 2399.0,
Industry pricing: Workshop Only : USD 599.0,
Academic And Start-Up Pricing: Conference + 2 Workshops : USD 2297.0,
Academic And Start-Up Pricing: Conference + Workshop : USD 1998.0,
Academic And Start-Up Pricing: Conference Only : USD 1699.0,
Academic And Start-Up Pricing: Workshop Only : USD 399.0
Speakers: Jodi DeJong-Hughes, Regional Extension Educator And Professor, University of Minnesota, Kelly Smith, Director of Microbials Development, AgBiome, Marthah De Lorme, Fermentation Scientist, Agrinos, Mylavarapu Venkatramesh, Chief Technology Officer, Agrinos, Leonard Lerer, CEO, Back of the Yards Algae Sciences, Sarah Hovinga, Principal Scientist, Bayer Crop Science, Marcus Meadows-Smith, CEO, BioConsortia, Omri Finkel, Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Dangl Lab, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Anthony Finbow, CEO, Eagle Genomics, Peter Christey, CEO And Co-Founder, GALT, Kellye Eversole, Executive Director, International Alliance for Phytobiomes Research And Eversole Associates, Amit Vasavada, Senior Vice President, R&D And CTO, Marrone Bio Innovations, Oliver Baars, Assistant Professor, NCSU / Center for Integrated Fungal Research, Nandini Mendu, Senior Director, Agriculture Sector Development, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Jacob Parnell, Staff Scientist, Novozymes, Tuval Ben-Yehezkel, CEO, Loop Genomics, Kent Wood, Director of Plant Biology, Pivot Bio, John Kruse, Chief Technology Officer, Plant Response Biotech, Tom Snipes, CEO, Plant Response Biotech, Boris Vinatzer, Director of Field Development, Sound Agriculture, James White, Professor of Plant Biology, Rutgers University, Bruce Luzzi, Director of Field Development, Sound Agriculture, Elizabeth Rieke, Project Scientist, Soil Health Institute, Colin Steen, Head of Operations And Managing Director, Syngenta Ventures, Doug Kremer, CEO, TerraMax, Inc, Ann Hirsch, Professor And Principal Investigator, UCLA, Colin Stewart, Assistant Director - Pests, Pathogens And Biocontrol Permits Branch, USDA APHIS PPQ, Eric Triplett, Professor And Chair University of Florida, IFAS, Andy Renz Vice President, Business Development, Vestaron Corporation, Bruce Caldwell, CEO, 3BarBiologics
Time: 9:00 am to 6:30 pm
Venue Name: Hilton Durham near Duke University