FEWLS at KU has been recently awarded by the Kansas Soybean Commission with a research grant! The research proposal involves the valorization of soybean processing streams, notably soybean meal, via protein enrichment using both enzyme and microbial technologies. The full research grant amount will cover a one year period, starting July 1, 2022.
The Kansas Soybean Commission, headquartered in Topeka, is composed of nine volunteer farmer-commissioners. The Commission is responsible to oversee investments in research, consumer information, market development, industry relations and farmer outreach to improve the profit potential for all Kansas soybean farmers.