UL’s Mitsuo Yamaguchi & Dr. Craig Rowlands To Speak At Japan’s Chemical Substance Management Meeting 2018

If you’re going to be at the Chemical Substance Management Meeting 2018 in Tokyo, Japan on May 17th – May 18th 2018, be sure to drop by the UL stand!

We’ll be at Booth #5, showcasing our wide range of specialist HazCom products and services.

Location: Tokyo, Japan
Date: May 17 – May 18, 2018

More information about the exhibition can be found here.


In addition to this, UL Senior Regulatory Specialist Mitsuo Yamaguchi & UL Senior Scientist Dr. Craig Rowlands will both be delivering presentations at the event.

Full details can be found below:

Mitch & Craig


Speaker: Mitsuo Yamaguchi, UL Senior Regulatory Specialist
Topic: Cheminformatics
Time: 17th May 2018, 30 minute slot TBD


Speaker: Dr. Craig Rowlands, UL Senior Scientist
Topic: Cheminformatics
Time: 18th May 2018 , 14:00 – 14:30
Overview: Consumer and regulatory concerns over safe management of chemicals had driven increased demands for chemical hazard data. With increased public access to toxicological data, advanced machine learning based computational toxicology prediction models are now possible. UL Product Supply Chain Intelligence has created a highly accurate machine-learning QSAR model that predicts GHS hazards for human health and environmental toxicities. These hazard predictions can fulfil hazard data needs across the chemical life cycle whether for hazard profiling new chemical R&D, GHS classifications, regulatory submittals or end of life disposal and recycling.

More information on UL Cheminformatics – which is our brand new computational toxicology QSAR software – can be found here.

We look forward to seeing you in Tokyo!


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