Despite of the principle "animal testing as a last resort" and the recommendation in the use of alternative test methods (artt. 1 and 25 REACH regulation)
Did you know it? According to a recent survey of ECHA, about 75% registrations of chemicals under REACH regulation contain read-across.
We are happy to support the 4th Satellite Meeting on Carbonic Anhydrases. The conference will take place on November 14-17th 2019 in Parma.
We are happy to announce our new partnership with Federchimica, the Italian Federation of the chemical industry, whose primary objectives are the coordination and the protection of the role of the Italian chemical industry as well as the promotion of its development capacity. For us, the value of attending Federchimica work groups, such as REACH, is to keep informed and trained about new regulations, practices, technical and scientific issues on the safety of chemical substances and products, to better meet our customers needs.
Have a look at our recent minireview on read-across: this publication provides a brief overview on key developments on the use of read-across, regulatory and scientific expectations, practical hurdles and open challenges.
Great News! EFSA published the evaluation of the existing QSAR models for prediction of genotoxicity of pesticides and their metabolites, and our colleague Mojca Fuart Gatnik is one of the co-authors.
SAVE THE DATE! Join the workshop: "Quality by Design: science and technology for quality and innovation in Food", Parma 27th May.