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Latest news from EAS Group and best wishes for the holidays!

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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

As many of us prepare for a well earned break over the holiday season, please find here our final news update of 2014.  We have a variety of news for you, but the main message this month is 'Merry Christmas' from all at EAS Group...

A full service, all year round: EAS Group (Global)

Eurofins Agroscience Services has seen increased interest in certain study types in 2014 which has reflected issues and regulatory hurdles of the industry.  Bee related issues in particular have resulted in a huge increase in Ecotox studies as well as residue trials in pollen and nectar.  Read more to see how EAS Group will manage capacity in 2015...

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Conferences & Exhibitions: EAS Group (Global)

We will continue to attend a number of industry conferences in Q4 2014, and have many more already lined up for 2015, click here to view the upcoming events and plan a potential meeting with your contacts.

Biocides legislation in the EU: EAS exclusive

Today, we are happy to introduce our Group Biocide Services portfolio and feature an interview with Nick Jarvis, Regulatory Manager for Biocides.

The EU Directive on Biocidal Products (98/8/EC) came into force on May 14, 2000 with the intention both to harmonise the EU internal market for biocides and to ensure a high level of protection for humans and the environment... click here for the full article and interview.

Eurofins Genomics achieves GLP certification: Eurofins Germany

Eurofins Genomics, the genomics division of the Eurofins Scientific Group and international market leader in genomic services, has now achieved Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) certification for DNA sequencing services; providing these services to GLP will prove invaluable to the agricultural industry.  Find out more

And finally... How to identify Wild Oats (Avena fatua)

Click here for an infographic on how to identify Wild Oats, an annual plant, abundant in Spring.