Developing the future of animal-free testing
Various products used in daily life make use of chemicals that require testing to ensure they are not harmful. Animals are often used to test the effects of these chemicals on various parts and organs of the body, necessitating a new approach to testing in line with modern principles. The EU-funded ONTOX project aims to provide a cutting-edge, animal-free method for testing chemicals. It will achieve this through a novel approach that predicts the effects of chemicals on the body using AI combined with multidisciplinary medical data and testing. This approach could help the rapid adoption of animal-free testing while establishing Europe's leading position in chemical risk assessment.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
841 04 Bratislava
19801 Wilmington Delaware