All good things always come in threes. Third article for Biobide during this 2018 has been published this month, second one in collaboration with United States’ National Institute of Health and Environmental Sciences (NIEHS) Department of the National Toxicology Program (NTP).
Helmholtz Centre’s for Environmental Research publication in Toxicological Sciences Journal: a collaborative work with Biobide and Sanofi
It’s the second co-authored Biobide’s article that was published this month and this time it’s in Oxford Academic’s Toxicological Sciences Journal. Although research has been mainly developed by the scientists of the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, some of the experiments described were performed in Biobide and Sanofi.
We are very happy to announce that our collaborative paper with United States’ National Institute of Health and Environmental Sciences (NIEHS) Department of the National Toxicology Program has finally been accepted to the Neurotoxicology and Teratology Journal and is freely accessible to the scientific community.
This year EUROTOX welcomed scientists with “Toxicology Out of the Box” theme, focusing on offering a really innovative, forward-looking and imaginative scientific programme. And indeed, the event covered a wide range of topics – from ecotoxicity, developmental toxicology & biomarkers to the use of toxicology for repurposing old drugs, big data & the use of novel software in toxicology.
Naturally, Biobide didn’t go unprepared to EUROTOX 2018 – we gave an oral presentation, presented a poster and welcomed the interested to our booth.
Biobide, in collaboration with TECNUN (University of Navarra), present a poster at 58th Teratology Society Meeting in Clearwater, Florida, USA
Teratology Society Meeting (TSM) is an annual event that gathers a large number of academic, industrial and governmental scientists from various fields such as toxicology, developmental biology, reproduction and endocrinology, genetics, various clinical disciplines and many more. This year’s Teratology Society Meeting’s theme was “Mechanisms, Models, Mothers and Babies: Bringing Birth Defects Research into Practice” which included more than 12 scientific sessions on various related topics.
World Preclinical Congress (WPC) is an annual event that focuses on newest trends and frontline technologies in drug discovery and translational research. This year, 17th WPC in Boston, USA, has brought more than 300 speakers and 1100 international delegates together, offering a unique opportunity to share knowledge and opinions in 18 conferences of different areas of research and development.