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Presentation

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Date Title Größe
11.04.2016
Presentation Professor Dr. Dr. Andreas Hensel, German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR)
Goals and Perspective of the Meeting 1.4 MB
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11.04.2016
Presentation David Dix PhD, US Environmental Protection Agency
ED Screening Programme of the US EPA - First Results and Conclusions 4.9 MB
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11.04.2016
Presentation Hiroaki Aoyama PhD, Institute for Environmental Toxicology
A Japanese View on Assessment of ED 4.5 MB
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11.04.2016
Presentation Professor Alan Boobis PhD, Imperial College London
Feedback from the experts commenting 75.1 KB
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16.05.2014
Presentation Dr. Francisco Paumgartten, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation Brazil
Epidemiological evidence on glyphosate and adverse pregnancy outcomes 2.4 MB
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16.05.2014
Presentation Dr. Jochen Buschmann, Fraunhofer Institut Hannover Germany
Regulatory Guideline studies to investigate developmental effects of glyphosate 793.0 KB
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16.05.2014
Presentation Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Chahoud, Carité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin Germany
Lesson on Glyphosate Assessment for Risk Management 38.0 KB
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Conference report

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Date Title Größe
18.06.2014
Conference report
European Conference on Safe Use of Plant Protection Products 88.2 KB
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Reports

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Date Title Größe
04.05.2016
Meeting report
Scientific principles for the identification of endocrine disrupting chemicals 213.8 KB
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Background Information

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Date Title Größe
16.05.2016
BfR Background Information No. 012/2016
WHO/FAO committee (JMPR) re-assesses glyphosate and confirms the BfR and EFSA conclusion that a carcinogenic risk is not to be expected 52.7 KB
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21.04.2016
BfR Background Information No. 010/2016
Epidemiological studies on glyphosate: No new findings for the European risk assessment 43.2 KB
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22.09.2015
BfR Background Information No. 033/2015
The BfR has made a comprehensive check of the epidemiological studies on glyphosate 29.9 KB
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14.09.2015
BfR Background Information No. 029/2015
Legal procedures in the field of plant protection 136.7 KB
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03.08.2015
BfR Background Information No. 032/2015
Test guidelines and guidance documents in the field of plant protection products 92.6 KB
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Infographic

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Date Title Größe
21.09.2016
Infographic
Zonal authorisation procedure for plant protection products in the EU 183.4 KB
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14.06.2016
Infographic
EU Approval Process of Active Substances in Plant Protection Products 244.2 KB
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Communication

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Date Title Größe
27.10.2017
BfR Communication No 031/2017
BfR supports EFSA and ECHA with the development of European guidelines for the health assessment of endocrine disruptors 34.5 KB
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15.09.2017
BfR Communication No. 028/2017
Glyphosate: BfR has reviewed and assessed the original studies of the applicants in depth 40.8 KB
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25.08.2017
Updated BfR Communication No. 024/2017
Assessment of glyphosate levels in beer 24.0 KB
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21.08.2017
Updated BfR Communication No. 023/2017
Updated assessment of the health risks posed by longer-term consumption of foods contaminated with fipronil 77.7 KB
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11.08.2017
BfR Communication No. 020/2017
Health assessment of fipronil levels in chicken meat in Germany based on the first analysis results for pullets and laying hens from the few affected businesses in Germany 36.3 KB
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10.08.2017
BfR Communication No. 019/2017
Fipronil in foods containing eggs: Estimations of maximum tolerable daily consumption 47.3 KB
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08.08.2017
Updated BfR Communication No. 017/2017
Health assessment of the first analysis results on fipronil levels in foods in Germany 33.5 KB
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06.07.2017
BfR Communication No. 012/2017
Glyphosate: EFSA and ECHA respond to Christopher Portier 39.0 KB
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30.05.2017
BfR Communication No. 008/2017
No new findings on the risk assessment of glyphosate 82.5 KB
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15.03.2017
BfR Communication No. 002/2017
ECHA classifies glyphosate as non-carcinogenic, non-mutagenic and non-reprotoxic 49.1 KB
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30.09.2016
BfR Communication No. 031/2016
More transparency on glyphosate: BfR supports the release by EFSA of raw scientific data 32.8 KB
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17.06.2016
BfR Communication No. 015/2016
BfR welcomes the scientific criteria of the European Commission for identifying endocrine disruptors 50.0 KB
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19.05.2016
BfR Communication No. 013/2016
Popular misconceptions, opinions and questions in connection with the BfR risk assessment of glyphosate 86.6 KB
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04.05.2016
BfR Communication No. 011/2016
The BfR publishes workshop report based on the expert meeting on endocrine disruptors 70.6 KB
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12.04.2016
BfR Communication No. 007/2016
Endocrine disruptors: scientific discussion on the basic principles for the assessment of substances that influence the hormonal system 40.2 KB
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04.03.2016
BfR Communication No. 006/2016
Sensitive populations, especially children, are the measure of all things in scientific risk assessment 47.7 KB
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12.11.2015
BfR Communication No. 042/2015
Glyphosate: EFSA and Experts from EU Member States Confirm Scientific Assessment of German Authorities 28.6 KB
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08.09.2015
BfR Communication No. 028/2015
BfR review of the IARC monograph of glyphosate brought into the European assessment process 34.1 KB
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30.07.2015
BfR Communication No. 024/2015
BfR reviews monograph of the International Agency for Cancer Research (IARC) on glyphosate - divergence procedure within the WHO still in progress 37.5 KB
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26.06.2015
BfR Communication No. 019/2015
Evaluation of glyphosate contents in breast milk and urine 39.7 KB
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08.06.2015
BfR Communication No. 016/2015
Does glyphosate cause cancer? - Expert group to address diverging assessments within the WHO 32.9 KB
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02.04.2015
BfR Communication No. 008/2015
BfR-contribution to the EU-approval process of glyphosate is finalised 38.5 KB
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23.03.2015
BfR Communication No. 007/2015
Does glyphosate cause cancer? 38.8 KB
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14.01.2015
BfR communication No. 002/2015
EU active ingredient test for glyphosate: current situation and outlook 61.5 KB
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21.10.2014
BfR communication No 037/2014
Omics methods in regulatory toxicology: Experts discussed possibility of application 96.5 KB
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24.07.2014
BfR communication No 027/2014
Experts discuss how to further standardise the assessment for safe use of plant protection products 40.3 KB
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05.06.2014
Communication No 016/2014
International BfR Symposium: Experts discuss continuing international harmonisation of terminology in developmental toxicology 33.4 KB
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Miscellaneous

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Date Title Größe
19.04.2017
SZ-Conversation
Bad weeds grow tall 272.6 KB
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FAQs

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17.08.2017 Frequently asked questions about fipronil levels in foods of animal origin

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Press information

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Date Title Keywords
11.10.2017
41/2017
European assessment of glyphosate was conducted with quality assurance and independently
20.09.2017
34/2017
Glyphosate assessment: BfR rejects plagiarism accusations
10.03.2017
09/2017
Cumulative assessment of plant protection products: BfR concept to become part of authorisation process
15.04.2016
13/2016
Breakthrough in the scientific discussion of endocrine disruptors
04.03.2016
11/2016
Glyphosate in the urine: even for children, the detected values are within the expected range, without any adverse health effects
01.03.2016
10/2016
Divergence between media reporting and scientific assessment leads to scepticism among consumers
11.02.2016
08/2016
BfR study confirms: no glyphosate detectable in breast milk
28.09.2015
25/2015
More objectivity called for in the discussion surrounding active ingredient testing for glyphosate within the EU
03.07.2015
17/2015
BfR proposes further EU criteria to identify endocrine disruptors
30.06.2015
16/2015
The National Breastfeeding Committee and the BfR recommend that mothers continue to breastfeed
16.01.2015
01/2015
From the field safely onto the plate
20.01.2014
03/2014
Glyphosate: no more poisonous than previously assumed, although a critical view should be taken of certain co-formulants
22.04.2013
11/2013
Cumulative residues of pesticides in food should be assessed on the basis of clear and simple criteria
21.03.2013
08/2013
Appeal for harmonized scientific criteria for identification and assessment of endocrine disruptors
22.02.2013
04/2013
Effective control of oak processionary moths for the protection of humans is possible.
16.10.2012
35/2012
New Methods for Controlling Oak Processionary Moths
01.10.2012
29/2012
A study of the University of Caen neither constitutes a reason for a re-evaluation of genetically modified NK603 maize nor does it affect the renewal of the glyphosate approval

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Videos  (1)

  • 15.04.2016 02:22 Min
    Endocrine Disruptors International Expert Meeting in Berlin

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