Join us on 14 February 2018 for a live webinar with experts from BIOMIN and Romer Labs for an in-depth discussion on mycotoxin occurrence patterns, the latest annual results of the BIOMIN Mycotoxin Survey and detection tools to better understand and control the risk of contamination in raw materials and feed.
[WEBINAR] Mycotoxin Outlook 2018: The Rise of Fumonisins
YOU WILL DISCOVER
- Upcoming mycotoxin threats to poultry, swine and ruminants worldwide
- Relevant mycotoxin detection tools to ensure proper monitoring
- The dangers posed by the presence of multiple mycotoxins
- Innovative technologies for mycotoxin deactivation
Attendees will be the first to receive the latest BIOMIN Mycotoxin Survey report.
In addition, you'll have a chance to submit questions for our panelists when you register and during the live event.
Wednesday, 14 February 2018. Choose from one of two sessions that best fits your schedule.
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|7:00am London |
8:00am Madrid, Paris, Vienna
9:00am Cape Town
12:30pm New Delhi
14:00pm Bangkok, Jakarta
15:00pm Beijing, Manila
16:00pm Tokyo, Japan
18:00pm Sydney, Australia
20:00pm Auckland, New Zealand
|16:00pm Madrid, Paris, Vienna |
9:00am Chicago, Mexico City
10:00am New York, Montréal
12:00pm Buenos Aires
13:00pm São Paulo
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After you register, we'll email you a confirmation with a link to attend the event.
Meet the speakers
Ines Taschl, DI
Product Manager at BIOMIN
Ines Taschl is Product Manager for Mycotoxin Risk Management at BIOMIN, responsible for the BIOMIN Mycotoxin Survey program and data evaluation. Her interest in nature led her to study applied animal science at the University of Natural Resources and Life Science in Vienna, and to obtain a hunting license.
Lilian Kuster, DI Dr.
Production Manager at ROMER LABS
Lilian Kuster is Production Manager for Mycotoxin Test Kit Production. She joined Romer Labs in 2014 and was originally responsible for mycotoxin products as a product manager. Her interest in the technical aspects for food testing led her to study food and biotechnology at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna.
Ryan Hines is editor of Science & Solutions, the BIOMIN magazine on animal nutrition topics that covers poultry, swine, ruminants and aquaculture. His passion for eating is matched by his interest in reading about food.