The short questionnaire is our invitation to policy makers, industry managers, educators, political leaders, NGOs, investors, citizens and all others who are not specialists in toxicology to comment on some of the issues that are raised and/or addressed by computer-based (in silico) methods.
We really hope you can take a few minutes to complete it. Please also email the link to others who may be interested.
The e-book "Theory, guidance and applications on QSAR and REACH" has been developed with the aim of providing an accessible source of information about in silico models and their use in toxicology for regulatory purposes.
The leaflet is intended as a concise and accessible explanation of in silico methods, and the issues around them, for people who want to know about them, and/or what to understand what the ORCHESTRA project is about.
The leaflet is available in English, French, German and Italian languages.
Benefits and barriers to the use of computer-based methods: Online Survey and Report
In recent years the EU have funded research into developing QSAR / In Silico(i.e. computer-based) methods for the evaluation of chemical toxicity. This project is intended to communicate those findings so that the research is used more widely. The online survey will help us to find out what information is needed.