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Pesticides: more toxic than previously thought?

Insecticides that are sprayed in orchards and fields across North America may be more toxic to spiders than scientists previously believed.

Published: 6Aug2015

The personalities of spiders

Even jumping spiders have personalities scientists have discovered. A "shy" individual will not make the same choices as a "bold" individual. This means that some individuals, because of their personality type, will capture more prey than others, and will therefore have a larger effect on local ecosystems.

Published: 6Aug2015

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FSQP FORUM: Research Presentations
November 21, 2014 Forum

"Food Safety & Labelling: Can you trust a book by its cover?"

Lawrence Goodridge, PhD
Ian & Jayne Munro Chair in Food Safety, McGill University

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FSQP FORUM: Research Presentations
November 21, 2014 Forum  | 10:00 – 15:00

Ceilidh, Centennial Centre
Macdonald Campus, McGill University
Montreal, QC

"Food Safety & Labelling: Can you trust a book by its cover?"

Lawrence Goodridge, PhD
Ian & Jayne Munro Chair in Food Safety, McGill University

Ben Campbell, PhD
Assistant Professor and Extension Economist, University of Connecticut
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics