In this Maxx Talks, Dr. Paul Siegel discusses the greater potential of Microencapsulation and how can be used to deliver everything from improved nutrition to extended shelf life.
Dr. Paul Siegel is a former professor emeritus at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), where he spent over 40 years with the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences conducting research on quantitative, behavioral and immunological genetics, with an emphasis on avian species.
As a geneticist, he studied expression analysis of growth, energy regulation and memory antibody response as influenced by dietary vitamin E. He has also widely researched the general principles of stress on well being across different species, using chicks as a model. Siegel is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Past President of the American Institute of Biological Sciences, Past President and Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society, Past President, Past Editor-in-Chief and Fellow of the Poultry Science Association, Past President, Past Editor-in-Chief and Fellow of the Virginia Academy of Science, and Past Senior Vice President of the World Poultry Science Association.
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