The mission of the Purdue Soybean Center is to address emerging global challenges throughout the soybean value chain using innovative multidisciplinary approaches with collaboration between industry, government, non-profits, and academic institutions.


Soybean Value Chain 

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The Center has consulted with faculty and staff members and representatives of the soybean industry in developing a strategic plan for research and Extension that engages Purdue faculty and staff in key issues of the soybean "value chain." That includes food for a fast-growing world population and feed for animals as well as other uses such as biofuels and industrial uses.

The value chain links research in such areas as animal and human nutrition sciences; food science; aquaculture; plant pathology; economics; engineering; genetics and breeding; agronomic production practices; and entomology.

About Us

More than 50 faculty and staff members at Purdue whose work in some way involves soybeans, are pooling their resources to help tackle some of the complex challenges affecting the efficiency and profitability of the soybean industry as well as the food nutrition needs of the public.

Purdue University Soybean Center
Lilly Hall of Life Sciences, Rm 2-351
915 West State Street
West Lafayette, IN  47907 

Ph:  (765) 494-4774
Fax:  (765) 496-2926





The Science of High
Oleic Soybean Oil






Department of Agronomy, 915 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2053 USA, (765) 494-4773

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