Animal-free Safety assessment of chemicals: Project cluster for Implementation of novel Strategies

ASPIS cluster is a joint collaboration of the H2020 funded projects ONTOX, PrecisionTox, RISK-HUNT3R and represents Europe’s €60M effort towards the sustainable, animal-free and reliable chemical risk assessment of tomorrow.

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ASPIS brings together the three consortia funded under the European Commission’s call for projects advancing the safety assessment of chemicals without the use of animal testing.

Collectively, we represent more than 70 institutions across 16 European countries and the U.S. delivering on a €60 million investment in providing timely answers about chemicals’ effects on human health.

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Animal-free Safety assessment of chemicals: Project cluster for Implementation of novel Strategies

ASPIS cluster is a joint collaboration of the H2020-funded projects ONTOXPrecisionTox, RISK-HUNT3R and represents Europe’s €60M effort towards the sustainable, animal-free and reliable chemical risk assessment of tomorrow.

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ONTOX

Synthesizing toxicology knowledge to support next-generation risk assessment

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RISK-HUNT3R

Human-centric chemical safety assessment utilizing systems toxicology

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PrecisionTox

Leveraging evolutionary diversity to reveal the molecular basis of toxicity.

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ASPIS training – science communication

ASPIS cluster exclusively presents you with tips on effective scientific communication! Explore…
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ASPIS open symposium – towards animal-free chemical risk assessment

As Europe awaits crucial revisions of the European Union (EU) legal framework…
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ASPIS statement on the updated rules of the CLP Regulation

The ASPIS cluster submitted comment in a public consultation to Annexes to…

Events

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14-15

September 2023

ASPIS Open Symposium 2023

Ljubljana, Slovenia
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