Acentech is proud to announce it will be presenting a forum discussion Tradeline’s 2017 Facility Strategies for Animal Research and Biocontainment Conference. Join our Principal Consultant Marc Newmark as he discusses the role remote monitoring can play in ensuring a safe, predictable environment for research facilities during ongoing construction.
Don’t underestimate the effect that construction activity, noise, and vibration have on animal populations: Get the data you need to maintain continuous operations and preserve high-quality research. Session leaders profile a recent vivarium renovation at Ipsen Biosciences, and illustrate solutions for proactive real-time 24-hour monitoring of noise and vibration, developing environmental limits, automating data collection and feedback for adjacent construction and animal areas. They detail how monitoring of vibration and acoustic levels — including ultrasonic frequency range of rats – allows comparisons of corticosterone levels in subject populations, and they identify best practices for protecting animal research programs from nearby construction.
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