IUCLID in the ECHA Cloud Services has been updated to provide improvements and fixes
The IUCLID team just launched a IUCLID YouTube channel. The new channel includes video-tutorials on key features of IUCLID that help users to get familiar with the tool, and to maximise its use in specific contexts.
A new release of IUCLID is available for download on the IUCLID 6 website. The new version includes fixes to issues reported by some users. At the same time, small improvements are also included.
Every October, a new major release of IUCLID is published and made available to all users. Major releases contain not only fixes and improvements but also changes to the IUCLID format.
With the April 2020 release of IUCLID and the subsequent update in the ECHA Cloud Services, the IUCLID team would like to collect once more your feedback concerning the IUCLID web interface in order to prepare for the phase-out of the classic interface in the coming months. The survey is primarily targeted at industry and consultants.
A new version of REACH Study Results is available, with 250 new substances added since March 2020. It contains non-confidential substance data in IUCLID format, that were submitted to ECHA under the REACH regulation.
A new patch release of IUCLID is now available to all users for download. It includes a fix for printing individual documents, as well as user profile improvements in the web interface.
A new version of IUCLID has been deployed to the ECHA Cloud Services to provide improvements for the preparation of Poison Centre Notifications and notifications to the SCIP database.
A new version of the search engine Text Analytics is available to all users. It includes improvements in the control of indexing, in security, and you can now also search article-based dossiers.
A new service release of IUCLID is available to all users. It includes an extended and more complete web interface while the IUCLID format remains the same.
REACH study results is a collection of non-confidential substance data that were submitted to ECHA under the REACH regulation. An updated version is available to download from this website.
We would like to know more about your use of the features to control data access in IUCLID, so we can improve the performance of the web interface.
At the end of last year we launched a survey to know more about the adoption rate of the new IUCLID web interface.
Additional tools can be downloaded to be used in connection with a IUCLID installation. These tools extend the IUCLID default features.
With the recent release of IUCLID 6.4, which brought new elements to the web interface, a survey has been launched to assess the adoption rate of the new interface.
A new version of IUCLID is available to all users. It includes an extended and more complete web interface, as well as an update to the format.
On 30 October, a new version of IUCLID will be made available to all users. It will include an extended and more complete web interface as well as an update to the format.
IUCLID is moving progressively to a web interface. On the occasion of the next IUCLID release, you can learn more about the new interface on a dedicated webpage.
This new version of IUCLID contains improvements to the web interface and the possibility to create EU Poison Centre Notifications.
A webinar on the April release of IUCLID will be held on 29th of April 2019, 13:00 - 14:30 Helsinki time, a few days after the release, due on 24th of April.
From the next release of IUCLID, which is due on 24th April, IUCLID will be bundled with Open JDK instead of the Oracle JDK used in the past.
The same log in credentials can be used to log in to all sites and tools provided by ECHA.
A new version of IUCLID has been published on the IUCLID website. It introduces a new web-based user interface, and includes changes relating to the latest OECD Harmonised Templates and the European Poison Centres notifications.
A new major version of IUCLID will be made available to users at the end of October.
Free hands-on training will be provided in dossier creation and submission at the REACH 2018 Stakeholders' Day, to be held in Helsinki on 29-31 January 2018.
A new version of IUCLID has been published on the IUCLID website. It includes improvements, such as updated formats taking into account the latest OECD test guidelines and GHS/CLP requirements.
The cloud version of the chemical data management tool IUCLID is now available for smaller companies and their consultants preparing REACH registration dossiers.
A new service release for IUCLID is available. It brings improvements and bug fixes, but also three new features: a PNEC calculator, re-use of the dossier header and the Report manager.
The IUCLID 5 website will be shut down permanently from 30th of March 2017 onwards. The relevant content has been transferred to the IUCLID 6 website. Before the closure, IUCLID 5 website users are invited to download any additional information they may need.
REACH study results is a collection of non-confidential substance data that was submitted to ECHA under the REACH regulation. It is now available to download free of charge from this website.
A new service release for IUCLID is available. It brings improvements, bug fixes but also three new features: IUCLID hyperlinks, a DNEL calculator and a public API.
There is now the possibility to generate your own reports based on IUCLID data. The extraction of the SPC data in XML format is indicated as an example.
An update to IUCLID 6 is available. It brings new features, such as dossier comparison, inventories management, and an option to replace data during import. It also contains fixes to known issues.
This update contains several fixes relevant to REACH users.
A new major version of IUCLID, used for managing scientific information in a regulatory context, is now online. Updated manuals and plugins are also available.
This test version includes bugs fixes and improvements.
You can now download the latest IUCLID 6 test versions directly from this website.
IUCLID 6 development continues and new test versions are made available to registered testers.
The IUCLID 6 beta version is a preliminary version of IUCLID 6 that will help you prepare for the changes brought by this new version. IUCLID 6 will be officially released by the end of Q2 2016. Until then, IUCLID 5 must continue to be used for preparation of regulatory data submissions.
IUCLID 6 is the new generation of the tool used to manage administrative and scientific information on chemicals. All information related to IUCLID 6 can be found on this website.