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Dr John McKenzie
Business Development Manager   BIOTEK Agriculture Technology Consulting (Beijing) Co., Ltd

Dr John McKenzie has worked in China for over 5 years and currently is Business Development Manager for Harlan Laboratories. John has a doctorate in Chemistry from Glasgow University and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. He has worked for over 20 years, employed by some of the largest CROs, as Study Director for pesticide registration and as Laboratory Manager.

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  • Registering Generic Agrochemicals in the EU - Technical Equivalence   2013-10-14

    The EU has a complex array of legislation and guidance on Agrochemicals (Plant Protection Products). If an active substance is currently approved in the EU, approval for each new source of the same active substance must also be granted before the new source is placed on the market. This is more commonly known as a Generic Agrochemical.

    The EU has a complex array of legislation and guidance on Agrochemicals (Plant Protection Products). If an active substance is currently approved in the EU, approval for each new source of the same active substance must also be granted before the new source is placed on the market. This is more commonly known as a Generic Agrochemical.

  • Efficacy Trials and Influencing Factors in Field Practice in Europe   2012-06-06

    There are some parts of conducting Field Trials that are quite unique and different to the conduct for GLP; there has to be additional considerations to enable a control and consistency of field trials conducted over different geographic regions and different countries, even continents.

    There are some parts of conducting Field Trials that are quite unique and different to the conduct for GLP; there has to be additional considerations to enable a control and consistency of field trials conducted over different geographic regions and different countries, even continents.

  • Field Trials – A Chinese Perspective   2011-12-05

    Without field trials there is the potential of no improvement in performance and perhaps introducing hazards to the environment.

    Without field trials there is the potential of no improvement in performance and perhaps introducing hazards to the environment.

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