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Waterborne’s Ecotoxicology Team Redefines the Definition of “Study Management” Services

April 17, 2015

Many consulting organizations specializing in ecotoxicology offer their clients study monitoring services. Waterborne’s Ecotoxicology Team has worked to further define our “study management” offering to better capture the comprehensive value of the service. Although our staff is highly experienced in the process and nuances of monitoring laboratory and field studies, we feel our true value to our clients… Read More>

Waterborne Helps Judge the 34th Annual LCPS Regional Science & Engineering Fair

March 31, 2015

Waterborne Environmental employees Megan Sebasky and Christian Bongard took part in the 34th Annual LCPS Regional Science & Engineering Fair (RSEF) as Judges in Plant Sciences and Environmental Management. Over 220 high school students from Loudoun County Public Schools participated in the event. Students took full advantage of access to cutting-edge technology, pairing their innovative… Read More>

Waterborne Partnership with ARERI Helps Chinese Researchers Better Understand Risk Assessment Models for Crop Protection Chemicals

February 27, 2015

In December 2014, Waterborne Environmental modelers Mark Cheplick and Dazhi Mao were invited by Agricultural Resources and Environmental Research Institute (ARERI) of Guangxi Academy of Agricultural Sciences in China to give a seminar on the development of risk assessment models and scenarios for crop protection chemicals. Chinese research institutes wanted to better understand the use… Read More>

Waterborne Employees Gave Back to Local Ecosystems in 2014

February 3, 2015

In 2013 Waterborne created an Outreach & Service committee because they wanted to give back to their local community. Given their interest and passion for the environment, they felt their expertise and skill set could best serve local projects that focused on plants, wildlife and watershed projects. In 2014, the company successfully participated in a… Read More>

Calorie Control Council Interviews Waterborne’s Duane Huggett About Sucralose and the Environment

February 2, 2015

Duane Huggett, Lead Scientist, Toxicology and Risk Assessment for Waterborne Environmental, has been studying sucralose for many years. He was recently interviewed by the Calorie Control Council (CCC) to shed light on how sucralose impacts the environment. With his environmental toxicology background and expertise in bioaccumulation, environmental and mammalian toxicology, endocrine disruption and risk assessment, Huggett… Read More>

Waterborne Participates in an International Ionogenic Organic Chemicals Workshop

January 28, 2015

In November 2014, Duane Huggett, Waterborne’s Lead Scientist, Toxicology and Risk Assessment, attended the Experts Workshop on the Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment of Ionizable Organic Chemicals: Towards a Science-Based Framework for Chemical Assessment, an exclusive workshop in Vancouver, Canada. The workshop brought together scientific experts from industry, academia and consulting to discuss the environmental fate, toxicity and bioaccumulation of ionogenic organic… Read More>

Waterborne Helps Develop a Framework for Endangered Species Risk Assessment

January 6, 2015

In January 2015, Waterborne employees Matt Kern, Nathan Snyder and Chris Holmes attended a CropLife America (CLA) workshop to help collaborate on the creation of an endangered species assessment framework. The goal of the workshop was to review existing methods and approaches pertaining to ecological risk assessment (ERA) of pesticides and its effects on endangered species,… Read More>

Ritter and Williams are IUPAC Organizers

December 15, 2014

Being a Topic Organizer for an IUPAC Congress is all about coordination and communication. For over a year and a half, Amy Ritter has been working on organizing the symposia for the Environmental Fate and Metabolism topic. She and her committee began by coming up with a proposed list of symposia (which was whittled down… Read More>

Duane Huggett Joins Waterborne

August 14, 2014

We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Duane Huggett has joined Waterborne Environmental in the Ecotoxicology and Risk Assessment Team. Duane is an environmental toxicologist with over 13 years of industrial, academic and regulatory science experience with Pfizer Global Research and Development, The University of North Texas and as an independent consultant. His experience… Read More>

Waterborne Discusses Evaluations of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals

April 2, 2014

Matt Kern of our Ecotoxicology team will chair a session at the upcoming SETAC North America Focused Topic Meeting titled “Endocrine Disrupting Chemical Testing and Risk Assessment Approaches and Implications”. The meeting will be held at USEPA in Research Triangle Park, NC on February 5–6, 2014. Sessions will include discussions on the Tier 1 battery… Read More>