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Friday, November 29, 2019

Eurofins Agroscience Services hosted an exhibit booth at the Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry meeting, November 3-7, in Toronto, Ontario Canada.  Scientific and Business Development representatives from Europe and the United States met with numerous attendees to promote our laboratories and capabilities.

In addition, our scientists participated in two platform sessions and presented several technical posters.

Platform Sessions:

  • “Design and Conduct of Aquatic Toxicity Tests with Difficult Test Materials”
    • Presented by: Alan Samel, co-authored by Hank Krueger of Eurofins Agroscience Services
  • “Non-Invasive Metrics of Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) Colony Condition for Selecting Study Colonies and Evaluating Tunnel Stress”
    • Presented by: Philip Moore of Eurofins Agroscience Services

Poster Presentations:

  • “Development of an in vitro Diagnostic Method to Determine the Genotypic Sex of Xenopus laevis”
    • Presented by: Amin Eimanifar
  • “The Evolution and Challenges Inherent to Pesticide Testing with Passerine Species”
    • Presented by: Patrick Hubbard
  • “The Value of Avian Gross Pathology in Identifying Endocrine Disrupting Properties”
    • Presented by: Diana Temple
  • “Application of Ready Biodegradation Tests for Chemical Mixtures”
    • Presented by: Wendy E. Hillwalker, co-authored by Ed Schaefer of Eurofins Agroscience Services
  • “Lack of Latent Effects to Daphnia magna from Exposure to Chlorantraniliprole”
    • Presented by: Alan Samel, co-authored by Amanda Gerke of Eurofins Agroscience Services
  • “A novel way to assess daily losses of forager bees in an Oomen feeding study design using an AI-based hive monitoring system”
    • Presented by: Silvio Knäbe, co-authored by Frederic Tausch, Gundula Gonsior and Katharina Schmidt

For information on any of these posters or presentations, please contact Brad Dayton