Ohio Soybean Council Receives R&D 100 Gold Special Recognition Award

Award honors development of EnzoMeal™ sustainable food source for farm-raised fish The Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) has received an R&D 100 Special Recognition Award for developing EnzoMeal™, an effective and sustainable food source for farm-raised fish. The 2017 Gold Special Recognition Award—the highest level of this prestigious award for invention and innovation—was presented in the

Farmers Helping Farmers Goal of Precision Ag Review Website

Farming in the digital age means farmers must make decisions beyond which seed variety to plant or what row spacing is the best and are more frequently looking at topics like what autosteer system is most accurate or at what point variable rate spray application will pay off for their operation. While farmers can research

Ohio Soybean Council, Logos Technologies to Advance Biosurfactant Production

Logos Technologies announced today a partnership with the Ohio Soybean Council to further develop the production process of NatSurFact, an environmentally friendly biosurfactant for personal care, household and industrial cleaning products as well as other applications. The joint project, which aims to convert hundreds of liters of soy oil into similar quantities of NatSurFact, represents

Two Ohio Soybean Council Funded Technologies Named 2016 R&D 100 Awards Finalists

Two technologies recently developed through Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) and soybean checkoff collaborations have achieved ‘finalist’ designations for the R&D 100 Awards, with winners to be announced in November. Both technologies, Soy-PK Resin and Bio-YIELD bioreactor, leverage the natural properties of soybeans to increase the sustainability and improve health in modern industries. Since the early

Soy-based Paint Covers OSU Campus

When you head to The Ohio State University (OSU) and are looking for 1 of 36,000 possible parking spots, you could be pulling in between two lines that have been painted with a soy-based paint. Through collaborative efforts of the Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) and the soybean checkoff, OSU CampusParc and the Aexcel Corporation, some