ProtoQSAR is selected in the latest SME Instrument call of the European Commission. Our company receives European funding to promote an ambitious innovation project.
Issue 75 of the journal specialized in the field of pests publishes an article about our methods.
Our colleague Sergi Gómez has participated in the congress organized by the Spanish Society of Environmental Mutagenesis (SEMA), which this year has taken place in the Escuelas Pías de San Fernando (UNED Madrid). This event has allowed to bring together national and international researchers related to mutagenesis and environmental genomics, in each and every one of its disciplines, addressing different issues such as the bases of DNA damage and its repair, mutagenic processes, heritable effects, genetic and epigenetic alterations in the genome function, and their relevance in the appearance of diseases.
During the first week of June, the first summer school of the European project PROTECTED was held in the British city of Belfast, and all students of the project attended.
On May 22nd, a workshop entitled “International Workshop on safe implementation of nanomaterials in plastic industry, SI2P” took place in Toulouse (France) in the context of the NanoDesk project.
Published a review of ProtoQSAR on application of computational alternatives in REACH.
The supplement “Atvsalud” of the newspaper La Razón publishes an interview with our director.
Final resolution of the Horizon-CV and Plans for the internationalization calls
The article of ProtoQSAR entitled “Recent advances in computational approaches for designing potential anti-Alzheimer’s agents” has just been published in the last book of the series “Neuromethods” by Springer.
The first international workshop of the LIFE-COMBASE project will take place on October 19th, 2017 at the Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri (IRFMN) in Milan, Italy. The main results of the project to date will be described,and several speakers representing regulatory agencies- such as EFSA- and research institutions in the knowledge areas of QSAR and non-testing methods will participate. This workshop has been organized as a networking event for stakeholders in the value chain of biocides, including industries, regulatory bodies and research institutions. Registration is free, if you are interested please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.