Biodegradability prediction

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Biodegradability prediction is biologically inspired computing and attempts to predict biodegradability of anthropogenic materials in the environment. Demand for biodegradability prediction is expected to increase with governments stepping up environmental regulations (see, for instance, testing for bioaccumulation in the REACH proposal).[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Artificial Intelligence & biodegradability paper James R. Baker, Dragan Gamberger, James R. Mihelcic and Aleksandar Sabljić (2004) "Evaluation of Artificial Intelligence Based Models for Chemical Biodegradability Prediction", Molecules , 9, 989-1004

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