Workshop for young scientists Development of Biological control products
Are you a young scientist working in the field of biological control? And would you like to learn more about the development of microbial biological control products?
Then sign up for the BIOCOMES 3-days workshop on 17-19 January 2017 in Germany!
BIOCOMES will organize a training workshop for young scientists on the development of economically and ecologically sustainable microbial biological control products on 17-19 January 2017 in Schwentinental, Germany.
The training workshop will focus on important topics determining the successful implementation of biological control products:
- Markets & product registration
- Methods in research on ecology, detection & mode-of-action
- Screening strategies & efficacy testing
- Lab to greenhouse transfer & application
- Industrial mass production & quality assessment of products
Visits to the production facilities of the companies e-nema Gesellschaft für Biotechnologie und biologischen Pflanzenschutz GmbH in Schwentinental and Bayer CropScience Biologics GmbH in Malchow (both in Germany) are also included.
A detailed definitive program will be available in October/November on this website.
The workshop will be organized by the BIOCOMES partners:
- Dr. Jürgen Köhl (Wageningen UR)
- Prof.dr. Ralf-Udo Ehlers and dr. Olaf Strauch (e-nema)
- Ute Eiben (Bayer CropScience Biologics)
- Dr. Rüdiger Hauschild (GAB)
- Prof.dr. Gabriele Berg (Technical University Graz)
Participant fee and accommodation
Workshop fee is € 140. Travelling and hotel accommodation costs are not included.
Hotel Rosenheim is situated on a walking distance from e-nema, where the workshop will take place. You can contact the hotel at: http://www.hotel-rosenheim.de.
Attendance of the workshop is limited (15 persons maximum): early booking recommended!
The organizers may have to select participants based on their background in biological control.
Download the workshop flyer
Register and reserve your spot with the form below.
Reserve your space and register
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