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Public consultation on computer modelling

An EU-funded public consultation on the use of computer modelling as an alternative to animal testing has been launched. The questionnaire is quite short; please take this opportunity to find out more about in silico methods and support their use. The impact of these methods is also discussed in relation to REACH, the EU programme to gather toxicity data on thousands of chemicals. A questionnaire for scientists is also available.

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