FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Feb. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- SenesTech, Inc. (NASDAQ: SNES), a developer of proprietary technologies for managing animal pest populations through fertility control, will be hosting a Sound Science Speaker Series showcasing the scientists and researchers who have made substantial contributions in rodent/animal behavior, rodent management, fertility control and other related fields. The series will be hosted and moderated by SenesTech's Chief Research Officer and co-founder, Dr. Cheryl A. Dyer. The first speaker will be Dr. Stephen Shuster, Professor of Invertebrate Zoology at Northern Arizona University, discussing his recent research on the development of non-responsiveness to pesticides.
"It would appear, from Dr. Shuster's work, that resistance to pesticides is inevitable and that fertility control is unlikely to lead to resistance or non-responsiveness. Non-responsiveness – also known colloquially as 'resistance' – is directly related to current practices in rodent control and is immediately relevant in Europe and the U.S. We look forward to having Dr. Shuster join us and expand on his research findings," said Dr. Dyer.
Dr. Shuster's recent publication can be downloaded at the following link: The opportunity for sexual selection and the evolution of non-responsiveness to pesticides, sterility inducers and contraceptives. (Shuster, S., Pyzyna, B., Mayer, L. and Dyer, C. (2018). The opportunity for sexual selection and the evolution of non-responsiveness to pesticides, sterility inducers and contraceptives. Heliyon, 4(11), p.e00943).
Scientific Speaker Series Event Details
Date and Time:
6:00 pm ET on Thursday, March 14, 2019
Register for Event:
To Ask a Question:
There will be two options to ask a question during the event:
The webcast will feature an option to submit questions in writing during the event.
If you are unable to attend the event, you can submit a question in advance to Senestech@LythamPartners.com.
A replay of the presentation will be available on demand following the conclusion of the live event.
SenesTech has developed and is in the process of commercializing a proprietary technology for managing animal pest populations, primarily rat populations, through fertility control. For more information visit the SenesTech website at www.senestech.com.
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