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The SEURAT-1 Symposium was held on 4 December 2015 and gathered the different stakeholders in the area of alternative safety assessment. Here you will find presentations and other material presented or handed out at the Symposium.
A selection of photos from the event can be found here.
Programme and abstracts
Please download the SEURAT-1 Symposium programme here.
Please download the Symposium booklet including information on the guided tour, abstracts from the scientific exhibition and more.
Presentations from the plenary session
You can download the following presentations (pdf) or watch them on YouTube by clicking on the relevant icon.
Presentation from Ruxandra Draghia-Akli, European Commission, Director of the Health Directorate at the DG RTD
High-level presentation on major achievements in SEURAT-1
What is SEURAT-1?, Michael Schwarz,University of Tübingen
What has SEURAT-1 achieved?, Mark Cronin, Liverpool John Moores University
What is the impact of SEURAT-1 in the international context?, Rusty Thomas, US Environmental Protection Agency
Consequences and next steps
EU-ToxRisk: a new safety sciences flagship program on the horizon, Bob van de Water, Leiden University
SEURAT-1 - Continuing the Successful Journey, Horst Wenck, Beiersdorf, Cosmetics Europe
Presentation from Ian Cotgreave, Swetox
Presentation from Derek Knight, European Chemical Agency
Guided educational tour - posters
The Guided Educational Tour was one of the highlights of the SEURAT-1 symposium and a unique opportunity to learn about alternative safety assessment methods explained in layman’s terms. The Guided Educational Tour took the audience through a typical case where the safety of a chemical ingredient is assessed using non-animal test methods and tools that were developed in SEURAT-1.
You can download the Guided Tour booklet here.
You can also find more information about SEURAT-1 main results in the press release which was published on 4 December 2015. Go to the Press corner.