Public survey on the policy issues
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 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.
In recent years the EU has funded research into developing computer-based methods for evaluating the toxicity of chemicals, called ‘in silico methods’. These methods are potentially important in making it possible: (i) to test large numbers of chemicals and (ii) to reduce the numbers of tests on animals.
Both are priorities under the 2007 EU REACH regulations (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals). We are really interested in your view of these and other priorities.
(There is a parallel questionnaire for those involved in toxicology or in using QSAR / in silico methods. You can complete both.)
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