World Soybean Research Conference 11
6 – 11 September, 2020
Novi Sad, Serbia
To promote soybean research and to encourage the global soybean community to interact and initiate discussions, aiming to give answers and raise new questions.
Globally important crop fundamental for food and feed supply. Soybean plays key role in development of environmentally friendly agriculture production.
Dear colleagues and guests,
On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee and the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, the hosting institution, I feel truly
The Local Organizing Committee and the Scientific Committee devote their efforts toward creating a stimulating scientific, social and cultural experience for all our conference attendees. Our intention is to encourage the global soybean community, including the leading academic and industry experts, stakeholders and students, to interact and initiate discussions and debates, aiming to give answers and raise new questions. The soybean community can successfully overcome the current and future challenges only if we change and broaden our perspective. We welcome all of you to participate in the conference and invite you to contribute to the program, with sincere hopes that it will be a week full of intellectual excitement and memorable moments.
I invite you to enjoy and experience both our Scientific Program and the traditional Serbian hospitality. At the crossroads between East and West, South and North, you will find open hearts and minds, natural beauty, vibrant
I warmly welcome you to Novi Sad and hope you will join us at WSRC11 in September 2020.
Director of the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops
Chair of the Local Organizing Committee
World Soybean Research Conference
The WSRC is an international research conference organized every four to five years around the world that provides a global perspective on critical issues facing the industry and whole soybean sector. First WSRC was held in 1975. in USA and now after 45 years WSRC came to Europe. Having in mind that South East Europe, Serbia, the city of Novi Sad and the region is so far unknown for WSRC delegates, this is great opportunity for Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops Novi Sad to host this important scientific event and to bring together soybean scientists, experts and stakeholders.