Lab visits

Residue study, Monheim – Q2 2020

At Bayer, science is our core activity – and we want to show you the scientific rigor that goes into evaluating the safety of our crop protection products. That’s why we’re excited to welcome you to our Monheim site so you can meet our scientists as they carry out a residue study! Read on for more information or sign up via the form below.

 

What will I see during the tour?
This visit will be spread over 2 days.

 

Day 1

Labvisits Day1


  • You’ll receive a thorough overview of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and safety instructions at our Monheim site.
  • We’ll drive you out to our field test station. Depending on the time of your visit, you will see a crop protection product being applied, or the crops being harvested.

Day 2

Labvisits Day2


  • You’ll come into the Bayer lab to see how our scientists analyze previously harvested crops for residues of crop protection products. We’ll show you the procedures we follow to make sure that our results are accurate, reliable and verifiable.
  • You’ll meet Bayer experts who’ll talk about how we carry out risk assessments on our products, how we ensure the quality of our processes and results, and what the study results mean.

When exactly will the tour happen?

This tour will take place in the second quarter of the year (roughly between April and May). If you have signed up and are selected, we will get in touch to let you know the exact dates – but this may only be at short notice. That’s because the activities on our tours depend on how the crops in our fields are developing over the season – and unfortunately, we can’t predict nature! However, we’ll do our very best to let you know as soon as we can.

OpenLabs application form

Thanks for your interest in the residues study being carried out in Monheim in Q2 2020! Please fill out the form below to complete your application by 15 March 2020.

(Boxes marked * are mandatory.)