Downloads 2017

Toxicology and alternative tests – Thomas Hartung

The importance of Predictive Microbiology in Food Safety – Jeanne-Marie Membre

Endocrine disruptors (computational approaches, consensus methods) – Kamel Mansouri

Computational gastronomy: a novel view to bridge the gap between science and the kitchen – Marta Vila

Nuclear Receptors, in vitro and in vivo approaches – Adriana Maggi

Protein ligand interactions, energy evaluation methods – Glen E. Kellogg

Alternative methods to animal testing: the LIFE-EDESIA in silico-in vitro approach to Endocrine Disruptors – Stefano Lorenzetti

Molecular dynamics methods applied too food chemistry – Axel Bidon Chanal

Screening, docking, scoring and other computational methods – Francesca Spyrakis

Food contact materials: Chemical risk assessment and practical challenges – Jane Muncke

Lipidomics and food metabolites – Gabriele Cruciani

Food Consumption Databases – Sofia Ioannidou

OpenFoodTox – Jean-Lou Dorne

In-silico and read across approaches in the risk assessment of pesticides – Rositsa Serafimova

Predictive Modelling (theory) – Kostas Koutsoumanis

Predictive Modelling (Demonstration and applications) – Kostas Koutsoumanis

Evaluation of heat treatments of live bivalve molluscs – Winy Messens

Maintenance of the cold chain during storage and transport of meat – Michaela Hempen

Development of a model for L. monocytogenes in RTE foods – Fernando Perez

Other in-silico application in microbiological food safety and risk assessment – Pier Sandro Cocconcelli