The application of science to regulatory risk assessment

Regulatory agencies have to consider the findings of conventional (or basic) scientific research and apply any relevant findings to regulatory science which then directs the tasks of regulators in conducting risk assessments of applications for approval to market new pesticide and veterinary medical products.

Schematically:

Diagram illustrating that conventional science informs regulatory science, which in turn informs regulation

 

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