The category approach used in the Toolbox:

The QSAR Toolbox is a software intended to be used by governments, the chemical industry and other stakeholders to fill gaps in (eco-)toxicity data needed for assessing the hazards of chemicals. The Toolbox incorporates information and tools from various sources into a logical workflow. Grouping chemicals into chemical categories is crucial to this workflow.

More about (Q)SARs

OECD QSAR project | ECHA Information Toolkit

April 2014

New training materials are now available on the Support -page for:

December 2013

QSAR Toolbox 3.2 now available for free download

October 2013

Give your feedback for the development of the QSAR Toolbox.
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July 2013

New training material now available.

July 2013

New guidance document on aquatic toxicity and updated guidance on genetic toxicity and genotoxic carcinogenicity now available

January 2013

QSAR Toolbox 3.1 now available for free download.

October 2012

QSAR Toolbox 3.0 now available for free download.

March 2012

Service release 2.3 now available for free download.

February 2012

Proceedings and presentations from the "Workshop on the use of the QSAR Toolbox: Feedback from Industry Users and Development Needs" held on 24 November 2011 in Helsinki can be downloaded here