Academic Credentials
  • B.Sc., Agricultural Science, University of Leeds, UK, 1984
Professional Honors
  • MRQA (Member of Research Quality Assurance)
Professional Affiliations
  • Member of British Research Quality Assurance (BARQA) - GEP/GLP Field Studies Group

Mr. Prince is a regulatory efficacy advisor for Exponent International, leading a small team of efficacy specialists. He specialises in all aspects of regulatory efficacy relating to pesticides and biocides. 

Mr. Prince has over 40 years' experience within the Agricultural and Biocide products industry, commissioning, developing, conducting, monitoring and evaluating efficacy studies. He manages efficacy projects for clients, conducting data gap analyses, devising and monitoring efficacy study programmes, also writing Biological Assessment Dossiers and biocide efficacy dossiers, for submission to regulatory authorities, to support pesticide and biocide product registrations. He has extensive agronomic knowledge of numerous temperate and sub-tropical crops.

Mr. Prince's role in Exponent is to provide the lead within the area of efficacy for plant protection products and assists with biocides within the EU, including conducting data gap analyses of client's existing efficacy data, the commissioning and co-ordination of efficacy studies, Comparative Assessment of pesticide and biocide products, the writing of Biological Assessment Dossiers and the production of efficacy sections for draft Registration Reports and biocide dossiers, to support new and existing product registrations. In addition, Mr. Prince provides the lead for advice on agronomic practices for crops grown within the EU, including both temperate and sub-tropical crops. He has extensive project management experience, providing strategic efficacy advice to clients. His practical scientific research and development knowledge has enabled him to develop novel testing procedures to meet the demands of the EU regulatory efficacy requirements. Mr. Prince also provides a service to clients wishing to gain GEP certification for efficacy testing within the EU.