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The mission of the International Soybean Program, headquartered at the NSRL, is to improve human nutrition around the world through the expanded use of soybeans. INTSOY's objectives are to develop soybean processing and utilization technologies appropriate for developing countries and to promote their application. INTSOY endeavors to achieve these objectves through a program consisting of research and development, training and technology transfer.
The dates are set. The 2012 Short Course will take place June 3-8, 2012 on the campus of the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. This intensive, ﬁve-day course is designed for technical, plant management, marketing, quality control, and research personnel interested in promoting private sector expansion of soybean foods in the international market. Participants will receive training in soybean processing and utilization at the INTSOY facilities, University of Illinois. Please visit the workshop website for more information and to register: www.nsrl.illinois.edu/INTSOY/courses/index.html
INTSOY provides short-term non-degree training in the area of postharvest processing and utilization of soybeans and grain legumes. INTSOY also participates in degree programs of LDC candidates in food science who focus on soybeans and grain legumes in their thesis research.
Short-term training is provided in several forms to cater to the specific needs of INTSOY clients. These may include:
1101 W. Peabody Drive
35 National Soybean Research Center
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Urbana, IL 61801 USA
Phone: (217) 244-1706
Fax: (217) 244-1707