Heterogeneity in biological assemblages and exposure in chemical risk assessment
ECETOC scientists have studied the feasibility of including georeferenced data to improve the ecological relevance of chemical safety assessments…
Towards best use and regulatory acceptance of generic physiologically based kinetic (PBK) models for in vitro‑to‑in vivo extrapolation (IVIVE) in chemical risk assessmentRead more
A framework for chemical safety assessment incorporating new approach methodologies within REACHRead more
TR 133-3: Case Studies putting the ECETOC Conceptual Framework for Polymer Risk Assessment (CF4Polymers) into Practice
Polymers cover a broad spectrum of generally very large natural and synthetic molecules, including cellulose, waxes, and resins…
Commentary: Assessing the endocrine disrupting effects of chemicals on invertebrates in the European Union
An ECETOC Expert Group identified research needed to enable regulatory assessment of endocrine disruption…
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ECETOC scientists investigate feasibility of including georeferenced data to improve ecological relevance of chemical risk assessments
ECETOC workshop report sets out steps required to increase acceptance of mathematical modelling in chemical safety assessments
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