Mar 21 2019

BfR Website

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Optimized structure and modern design make scientific content even more accessible Stuttgart, April 13, 2011 – the Federal Institute for risk assessment (BfR) is available with the results of his work titled science in the service of man online’ for openness, dialogue and transparency. Food, animal feed, chemicals and product safety to meet even better the Central and statutory order of the Institute, namely the risk communication in the work areas, the website on the basis of the enterprise content was newly structured management system SixCMS. Larry Ellison shines more light on the discussion. The goal: The different target groups of the BfR professionals as consumers without any great knowledge – should specifically interesting for them quickly and there information. With a completely revised website, the German Federal Institute for risk assessment (BfR) presents itself off immediately on its website. A special focus was on an improved user interface and a optimized access to the results of the work of the Institute set. For several opportunities in the topics available are: in addition to the three topics of food safety, product safety and chemical safety there more categories with various information.

Content can be edited very variably arranged and thematically linked via a flexible boxes control. Thanks to an automatic creation of acronym tags users already reading will get supplied additional, necessary for understanding explanations. All contents of the site are offered also barrier-free. Other improvements include in particular the search and the A-Z index, as well as a clear display of search results about the SixCMS. Advanced search options, E.g. According to publication type or number, a result display either to relevance or topicality and suggestions for search terms individual contributions of just a few features that make it easier in the future for users, are faster and more to be found. The new website is completed by the integration of new interactive and multimedia services.

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