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The diXa project and the consortium partners are active in many areas related to both diXa and their respective wider scientific activities.

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Full EU ban on animal testing for cosmetics enters into force

Today the last deadline to phase out animal testing for cosmetic products in Europe enters into force. As of today, cosmetics tested on animals cannot be marketed any more in the EU.
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New diXa tutorial online

A new diXa tutorial "Consistent Annotation of Tox Studies using ISA-tab" is now available online
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Final report of the joint DG CONNECT - diXa workshop

The final report of the joint DG CONNECT - diXa workshop "Challenges in data infrastructures and e-Science for Human Safety" is now available online.
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diXa: A new data infrastructure for chemical safety

Jos Kleinjans introduces the Data Infrastructure for Chemical Safety (diXa) project and explains what diXa hopes to gain from partnering with EUDAT.
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ITFoM Final proposal

For many years there have been discussions about how health systems across Europe must change. With a lack of progress in treating the majority of complex diseases, major issues in drug toxicity and side effects, an ageing population and seemingly unsustainable costs, much of the discussion has focused on the necessity for change in healthcare systems to prevent their collapse. To drive this change it has become clear that the future of European healthcare depends upon major breakthroughs in science and technology. IT Future of Medicine (ITFoM) is a project that will generate these breakthroughs.
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