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This is a library of Lhasa's blog articles. 

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    It Takes a Team to Build an Adverse Outcome Pathway

    The saying goes, “It takes a village to raise a child”. This sentiment can be translated to the work we do at Lhasa Limited, particularly to the work which we put into building Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs). To echo the sentiment in Chris Barber’s previous blog post, The challenge of building QSAR models; it is easy to build an AOP, harder to build a useful AOP, and as for building an AOP you can trust? It takes a team.

    Read about how we are building adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) at Lhasa in this blog post written by Dr. Susanne Stalford, Senior Scientist at Lhasa.


    30 September 2020

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    Moving with the times; Lhasa’s cloud offerings

    In a world where we are all striving for progress, technology is also advancing quickly.

    Like many organisations across the life sciences industry – evidenced by the 82 Amazon Web Service (AWS) life sciences case studies -  Lhasa has adopted cloud, Software as a Service (SaaS), options across three notable areas...

    30 March 2021

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    Shaping Lhasa Limited’s scientific direction through collaboration

    “Our technology is designed by scientists, for scientists, in collaboration with industry stakeholders and regulators” …

    At Lhasa Limited we often talk about the importance of industry and regulatory input in shaping our scientific direction. This article discusses a few key areas of involvement and collaboration plus, focuses on a recent example, on the topic of Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs). Read on to learn more and find out how you can get involved!

    09 September 2021

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    The Application of Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs) for Risk Assessment (A Webinar Summary)

    AOPs have the potential to be very powerful for the contextualisation of alternative assays and consequently for the management of alternative testing strategies. Read about what Lhasa is doing in this area in this blog piece written by Alun Myden, Senior Scientist at Lhasa.

    03 July 2020

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