"It is my long term aim to replace animal tests with computer methods.

Technically this is realizable. But alone it is not easy and will take too long. I need your help to popularize the generated methods globally.

In order to replace animal testing with computer technology on a large scale and worldwide."

Dr. Wolfgang Boomgaarden


It is now very easy to support our work to REPLACE ANIMAL TESTING:



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If you buy something there, we will obtain an advertising fee from amazon.
You get the same prices & quality, but you support our work to replace animal testing.


This supports our work to replace animal experimentation. It further helps us to get in contact with scientists and researchers from the pharmaceutical industry worldwide in order to discuss and induce a change.

Our research findings have shown, that not only ethical and scientific reasons speak against animal testing on drug-uptake. There is a strong commercial interest NOT to trust in results from animal drug-uptake. We found large differences in drug-uptake between animals and humans, which can mislead the development of future drugs, see current blockbuster-drugs with annual sales of at least $5 billion.


Life Science Day 2016:


Dr. Wolfgang Boomgaarden explained how artificial intelligence replaces animal testing. The expert system IMPACT-F to evaluate the uptake of drugs in humans (“oral bioavailability”).

German Biotechnology Days 2017:

Dr. Wolfgang Boomgaarden talked about the replacement of animal tests in drug discovery and development and about the positive effects if researchers do not carry out and rely on vague animal test results.




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