Pop round booth 24 to talk to Nigel, Craig and Steven about how Blue Frog Scientific can provide regulatory solutions to your business within the pharmaceutical, chemical and agrochemical sectors.
We are currently recruiting Senior Consultants or Consultants for our agrochemical sector to be based in our Edinburgh, Cardiff or Swansea offices, although other locations may be negotiated for the right candidates. The successful candidates will provide high level environmental modelling, environmental fate or ecotoxicology risk assessment services to our Clients, supporting the submission of agrochemical dossiers under Regulation EC 1107/2009.
Responsibilities for this position include:
Blue Frog Scientific's Dr. Kai Paul meets with Heriot-Watt Universities Prof. Vicki Stone, Prof. Teresa Fernandes and Dr. Helinor Johnston to discuss the exciting new EU project GRACIOUS.
GRACIOUS is a project on Grouping, Read-Across and ClaissIficatiOn framework for regUlatory risk assessment of manufactured nanomterials and Safer design of nano-enabled products. Blue Frog is a staunch advocates and practicioners of read-across, in silico testing and other alternatives to animal testing.
Run by Dr. Kai Paul, the Blue Frog Scientific Nanomaterial News Page will bring you the most up-to-date information on our activities, and regulatory movements in the field.
The page focuses on:
Run by Dr. Kai Paul the Blue Frog Scientific Nanomaterial News Page will bring you the most up-to-date information on our activities, and regulatory movements.
The page focuses on:
Blue Frog adds their knowledge to the EU US Nanoinformatics 2030 Roadmap and the EU US Nanoinformatics Roadmap goes live on the EU NanoSafety Cluster website for final commenting before release https://www.nanosafetycluster.eu/Nanoinformatics2030.html.
Blue Frog Scientific Limited was invited to the NanoSafety Cluster face-to-face meeting and subsequent Data Harmonisation Workshop. The meeting was attended by Dr.
Dr. Kai Paul gives a well-received oral presentation on “Considering the use of Read-Across for Nanomaterials in REACH” to interested steakholders, academics and regualtory bodies at the 12th International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials (ICEENN). For more information on the topic contact Kai.
Dr. Kai Paul was part of the expert panel invited to lead discussions on “New approaches to categorization” as part of the “Categorisation of the Next Generation of Nanomaterials: Creating A Vision”. The workshop lead the way for idea and thought generation for a categorization conference as part of Future Nano Needs project (www.futurenanoneeds.eu).