EFSA Journal

EFSA publishes all its scientific outputs, including its scientific opinions, in the EFSA Journal. It also issues a range of supporting publications. See also Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Mapping of plant SynBio developments in the agri‐food sector

The European Commission (EC)requested the European Food and Safety Authority (EFSA) for an opinion on genetically modified organisms for agri‐food uses and developed through synthetic biology (SynBio) and their implications for risk assessment methodologi ...

External Scientific Report
20 March 2020

WEB application for the Analysis of Spatio‐Temporal Data

In specific contract No 14 issued under the framework agreement OC/EFSA/AMU/2015/02, EFSA requested Open Analytics to update the existing software for analysing and visualizing spatio‐temporal data. In the exploratory analysis, local statistics (Moran ...

External Scientific Report
20 February 2020

Software for National Risk Assessment Activities

In specific contract No 9 issued under the framework agreement OC/EFSA/AMU/2015/02, EFSA requested Open Analytics to implement a web application for tracking national risk assessment activities. The web application has three modules: one for visualization ...

External Scientific Report
24 April 2019

EU Insights Chemical mixtures awareness, understanding and risk perceptions

EFSA defines ‘chemical mixtures’ as ‘several substances which may have combined effects on the body from their combined exposures’. There are already some methodologies for assessing risks from combined exposure to groups of chemicals, and EFSA together w ...

External Scientific Report
25 March 2019

Software for Benchmark Dose Modelling

In specific contract No 7 issued under the framework agreement OC/EFSA/AMU/2015/02, EFSA requested Open Analytics to extend the Web application for Benchmark Dose Modelling built under specific contracts No 3 and No 4. The Web application is further devel ...

External Scientific Report
14 January 2019

Joint project on Benchmark Dose modelling with RIVM

A web application for PROAST, a software package for BMD modelling, was developed to make the use of the BMD approach significantly easier for toxicologists and risk assessors. In addition, model averaging was included in the software, for the most freque ...

External Scientific Report
03 December 2018

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