Approximately 14,000 people attended the event this year.
MU’s agricultural engineering department began in 1917, but no longer exists as a separate academic department.
“The future of American farming is going to be multi-faceted,” farmer DeGrandchamp said. “Growers today have to be skilled in engineering, law, HR, small-town politics and now flying robots.”
A $500,000 grant will allow MU’s Food Pantry Nutrition Project to move forward.
The space will be used to enhance hands-on student learning.
The symposium brought minds from across the country together to discuss food insecurity.
The new method uses photoacoustics to aid early detection of cancer cells