EFSA Journal

L’EFSA publie toutes ses productions scientifiques, y compris ses avis scientifiques, dans l’EFSA Journal. L’Autorité édite également un éventail de publications connexes à l’appui des productions scientifiques. Voir aussi : Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Nutrition challenges ahead

The breakout session ‘Nutrition challenges ahead’ was held at the EFSA 2nd Scientific Conference ‘Shaping the Future of Food Safety, Together’ (Milan, Italy, 14–16 October 2015) to address the main problems in the area of nutrition to be faced in the 21st ...

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30 juin 2016

Science, innovation and society

This session focused on emerging areas in biomedical research that are of key relevance to toxicology and, therefore, may influence EFSA's work. The impact on the way risk assessment is conducted in the area of food may be through the identification ...

Special Issue
30 juin 2016

What does the future hold for assessment science?

This opening session of EFSA's 2nd Scientific Conference  Shaping the Future of Food Safety, Together  provided an opportunity to reflect on societal information needs in public decision-making processes and how scientific advice can most usefully co ...

Special Issue
30 juin 2016

Conference conclusions

The EFSA 2nd Scientific Conference ‘Shaping the Future of Food Safety, Together’ gathered an international audience composed of scientists, risk assessors, risk managers, as well as non-governmental organisations and industry representatives. This article ...

Special Issue
30 juin 2016

Foreword

No abstract available. doi:  10.2903/j.efsa.2016.s0513 Journal Number:  EFSA Journal 2016;14(S1):s0513 Contact:  efsajournal@efsa.europa.eu Author:  Bernhard Url Type:  Special Issue ...

Special Issue
30 juin 2016

Drivers for emerging issues in animal and plant health

The history of agriculture includes many animal and plant disease events that have had major consequences for the sector, as well as for humans. At the same time, human activities beyond agriculture have often driven the emergence of diseases. The more th ...

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