Merck India to hold panel discussion on emerging trends within Indian agriculture R&D

The event on 2nd August is the next chapter of Merck's flagship series Science 2 Solutions - an initiative to connect young researchers with leading stalwarts across the country

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New Delhi: The Science and Lab Solutions – Merck India has announced a panel discussion on Emerging Trends and the Future of Indian Agricultural Research. The event on August 02, 2022 is the next chapter of Merck’s flagship series Science 2 Solutions – an initiative to connect young researchers with leading stalwarts across the country.
Renowned scientists committed to agricultural research would enlighten the young researchers about how research contributes to the enhancement of agricultural productivity, output and quality, and much more.
The panel comprises leading stalwarts from all over the country and as well as from across borders, including Dr. Ajit Kumar Shasany, Director ICAR-National Institute For Plant Biotechnology, Dr. C. Tara Satyavathi Project Coordinator, ICAR-All India Coordinated Research Project on Pearl millet, Prof. Ashwani Pareek, Executive Director National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute, Prof. Utpal Nath, Associate Professor – Indian Institute of Science, Prof. Rajeev K. Varshney, Director State Agricultural Biotechnology Centre, Food Futures Institute, Murdoch University and Dr.Pankaj Joshi, Director Commercial Marketing – SLS Merck India.
To know more details about speakers and to attend the event, register at https://mpoweringlifescience.com/science-2-solutions/ or e-mail [email protected]merckgroup.com.
Empirical evidence strongly suggests that agricultural research can improve people’s lives in developing counties. The session will focus on the emerging trends in Indian Agricultural research, to learn some critical lessons from these trends that can take Indian agriculture on a higher growth trajectory. As a global leader, Merck is leading the industry by taking an initiative that acts as a bridge that connects aspiring young researchers to learn about the best practices, understand the current research trends and help them find solutions in their areas of research.
Merck, a leading science and technology company, operates across healthcare, life science and electronics. Around 60,000 employees work to make a positive difference in millions of people’s lives every day by creating more joyful and sustainable ways to live.