ACI is excited to announce London, UK as the host city for our 4th Biopesticides Europe conference.
The Global and European biopesticides market has continued to grow significantly over past few years. With increased direction from the authorities and growing demand for sustainable agriculture it is certain that biopesticides market will continue to experience unprecedented growth. There is however still uncertainty from within the industry on how to get products effectively into the market. Issues with regulation and registration still prove challenging.
This 2 days event will bring together key industry stakeholders from the biopesticides industry to discuss the challenges faced and the future opportunities. Conference will also discuss the current overview of the markets, with highlights from experts on the progression of the biopesticides market and new insights and innovation of projects in pipeline.
Key Topics for discussion include:
Syngenta Jealott’s Hill International Research Centre 28th May 2019 – London, UK
During the afternoon of 28th May(Tuesday), a day before the conference, a select group of attendees will get a unique opportunity to visit Syngenta’s Jealott’s Hill International Research Centre.
Jealott’s Hill International Research Centre is a key site in Syngenta’s Global Research and Development network. With over 90 years of tradition of innovation and employing over 800 people, it is the company’s largest site for new agrochemical R&D and product support.
Key activities at the Jealott’s Hill include research into the discovery of new active ingredients, new formulation technologies, product safety, technical support of our product range and seeds research. The site houses a number of centres of scientific excellence, both chemical and biological, that partner with the UK and global research base to support our global activities and keep our science world-class.
There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated on first come – first serve basis. Please register your attendance for the site visit when booking for the conference.
Site Visit attendance is subject to approval from Syngenta.
If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:
Tel: +44 (0)20 3141 0612
Email: [email protected]
Who Will Attend?
Matthew Williams, Commercial Business Manager – Agrii
Andrew Brown, Managing Director – Andermatt UK
Lieselotte De Bruyne, Product Manager Plant Health – Biobest Group
Marcus Meadows-Smith, CEO – BioConsortia, Inc
Sandro Frati, New Business Development Manager – bi-pa
Nigel Goodayle, Joint Partner – C&N Innovations
Jürgen Sturma, Scientific Officer – European Food & Safety Authority – European Commission
Evert Hamblok, Corporate Manager Regulatory Affairs – Koppert Biological Systems
Carol Pullen, General Manager Europe – ORO AGRI
Matthew Traver, Lab Leader Biologics – Bayer Crop Science
Nayem Hassan, Managing Director – Russell IPM
Antonio Cerveró Domènech, Technical Director – Idai Nature
David Cary, Executive Director – International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association – IBMA
Amit Vasavada, Vice President, R&D – Marrone Bio Innovations
Dean Thome, Global Business Development Director – Novozymes BioAg Limited
Dave Chandler, Associate Professor – Warwick Crop Centre – School Of Life Sciences
Gisela Brand – Andermatt Biocontrol
Guenter Welz – Bayer AG
Sarah van Beneden – Biobest Group
Carol Pullen – ORO AGRI
Maren Peters – Tradin Organic
Lukyn Gedge – Microbide
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SCC – Scientific Consulting Company
SCC is a privately owned and independent regulatory consulting company. Since 1989, we have been supporting our international customers with cost-efficient solutions for their scientific and regulatory needs.
Our long-standing expertise in Agrochemicals and Biorationals includes defence of more than 90 chemical and biological active substances under Directive 91/414/EEC and Regulation 1107/2009 and submission of more than 500 plant protection product dossiers. We have successfully achieved a multitude of registrations / authorisations for biorational products, including biostimulants and biostimulant-related products, such as plant strengtheners, plant and soil aids in line with national plant protection or fertiliser regulatory frameworks. Handling of the transition from national regulatory frameworks and Regulation 2003/2003 to CE marked fertilisers and the upcoming Product Function Categories (PFCs) including biostimulants is our daily business.
SCC stands for meeting every single deadline: we are the experts for regulatory challenges – large and small. More than 130 highly skilled, team-focused employees, mostly academics, form the backbone of our company.
SCC has 2 offices in Germany – the headquarters in Bad Kreuznach and an office in Berlin, and runs SCC Japan K.K. in Tokyo.
Tel: +49 671 298 460 – E-mail: [email protected]
Contact: Dr Albrecht Heidemann – www.scc-gmbh.de
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