TechAccel is a sponsor of the Washington State University Plant Science Symposium, March 30, at the WSU Pullman campus, Ensminger Pavillion. TechAccel’s Chief Science Officer Brad Fabbri Ph.D. will be participating in a panel discussion at the event. In this second annual symposium, the keynote topic is Diversity in Agriculture: Faces of Plant Science.
Chief Science Office Brad Fabbri Ph.D. presented a guest lecture to Horticulture 416/516 students March 29 at Washington State University. The course focuses on physiological processes related to growth, development, and productivity of horticultural crops; advances in recombinant DNA technology; and the impact on horticultural practices.
Chief Science Officer Brad Fabbri wrote the following opinion article, which first appeared in the Genetic Literacy Project, March 19, 2018: Here are three startling facts about the planet Earth: It currently hosts seven and a half billion people. Its carrying capacity is estimated between eight and ten billion people. It is expected to host […]
TechAccel is proud to continue its sponsorship of the Invest Midwest Venture Capital Forum. The 2018 conference will be held March 28-29 in St. Louis. Look for us there: Michael Helmstetter, Ph.D., President and CEO Brad Fabbri, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer Brett Morris, CFA®, Principal-Manager, Investment Candace Seeve, Ph.D., Science Advancement Project Manager
TechAccel is proud to sponsor the Animal Microbiome Congress USA, which will be held March 21-22, 2018, in Kansas City. Chief Science Officer Brad Fabbri, Ph.D., will participate as one of four judges evaluating pitches at the conference. Look for us there!
TechAccel will be represented at the World AgriTech Innovation Summit in San Francisco March 20-21, 2018. Look for Brett Morris, CFA®, Principal-Manager, Investments, at the conference.
Renewed Commitment to Invest in Innovation from UC Davis Researchers; Applications Available Now DAVIS, CA, and KANSAS CITY, MO, – March 8, 2018– UC Davis Venture Catalyst and TechAccel LLC today announced an expanded partnership that provides increased support for the university’s Science Translation and Innovative Research (STAIR™) Grant program, which provides funding for proof-of-concept research aimed […]