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Slides from the oral presentations
given at the project final workshop
(Milan, Sep 21st 2016)

Speaker: Emilio Benfenati - (Istituto Mario Negri, Milano, Italy)Title: Chemical substances: registration problems and solution offered by in silico models.

Speaker: Ralf Knauf - (Centro Reach Srl, Milano, Italy)Title: The difficulties of the SME to gather property values.

Speaker: Andrea Gissi - (ECHA, Helsinki, Finland)Title: The use of non-testing methods for REACH registration dossiers.

Speaker: Anna Lombardo - (Istituto Mario Negri, Milano, Italy)Title: Predicting bee toxicity.

Speaker: Maria Ifigeneia Petoumenou - (Istituto Mario Negri, Milano, Italy)Title: Predicting aquatic toxicity for difficult substances.

Speaker: Domenico Gadaleta - (Istituto Mario Negri, Milano, Italy)Title: Category specific models for mutagenicity.

Speaker: Marjana Novič - (National Chemistry Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia)Title: Neural networks to navigate among similar compounds.

Speaker: Giuseppina Gini - (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)Title: ToxRead and ToxDelta: free programs for read across.

Speaker: Jean Lou Dorne - (EFSA, Parma, Italy)Title: Weight-of-evidence using in vivo, in vitro and in silico methods. The EFSA perspective.

Speaker: Bruno Hubesch - (CEFIC, Brussels, Belgium)Title: The strategy of CEFIC towards in silico methods.

Speaker: Matteo Floris - (CRS4, Pula, Italy)Title: A general view of the most critical properties of industrial chemicals.

Speaker: Serena Manganelli - (Istituto Mario Negri, Milano, Italy)Title: Establishing level of concern of food chemicals with in silico methods.

Speaker: Annegret Biegel-Engler - (German Environment Agency)Title: An in silico platform for PBT assessment.

Speaker: Alberto Manganaro - (Kode, Pisa, Italy)Title: How to use the free in silico tools of PROSIL.

Speaker: Stefano Lorenzetti (Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Roma, Italy)Title: Replacing endocrine disruptors, through in silico and in vitro tests.

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