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IU-based startup's online system assists in quantitative risk assessments of chemicals

(Indiana University) Dream Tech LLC -- an Indiana University-based startup -- uses a Bayesian estimation system for the dose-response assessment phase of quantitative risk assessments of chemicals. Dream Tech continues to develop the Bayesian system to build novel functionalities and is seeking funding to support the company's financial and personnel growth.
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