The goals of the symposium are to bring together scientists, students and private organizations from all disciplines and facilitate collaborations among researchers.


The event is an opportunity for students to present their soybean research and for scientists to contribute to the future of the soybean industry.

Host Scientist

Carrie Miranda
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Carrie Miranda, PhD, is the Assistant Professor in Soybean Breeding and project leader for the soybean breeding program for the state of North Dakota. Her goals for the annual NDSU Soybean Symposium are to bridge scientists and students in soybean related research.

Dr. Miranda’s soybean breeding program key objectives are to produce high-yield varieties while discovering new genetic mechanisms for useful traits to ensure North Dakota farmers have access to superior soybean varieties.

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