Durham-based, Advanced Animal Diagnostics (AAD), a research and development company dedicated to bringing highly accurate, rapid animal diagnostic tests to the farm will present the company's platform of diagnostic technologies at the Agriculture 2.0 Conference in Toronto, Canada today.
AAD is one of 16 companies chosen by jury to present proprietary investment opportunities to the conference's audience of investors and industry professionals. AAD's presentation focuses on new diagnostics technologies that will help ensure the sustainability and safety of animal protein and milk products.
"At AAD, we're developing technologies that will help farmers detect and diagnose diseases in their animals more quickly and efficiently," said Joy Parr Drach, president of AAD. "This will revolutionize the way farmers approach animal health and help them treat and prevent diseases in a more sustainable way, ultimately helping them deliver a safe and plentiful food supply to consumers."
Advanced Animal Diagnostics has been an active CED member since 2004. In addition to company representatives regularly attending CED events, the company sponsored CED's Biotech conference in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2010.