Subscribe to our RSS feeds to stay informed of the latest IHCP news.
Two categories of feeds are available:
The complete news feed
IHCP Actions & related Topics
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)
- GMO Method Validation
- GMO Analysis
- GMO Capacity Building
- GMO Food & Feed Safety
- Consumer Products & Nutrition
- Authenticity & Quality of Food & Drinks
- Chemical Safety of Food
- Cosmetics Safety
- Endocrine disrupters
- Food contact materials
- Health & Environment
- Alternatives to animal testing
- Alternative Test Methods & Biological/Vaccines
- Alternative test methods & Chemicals - REACH
- Alternative test methods & Cosmetics
- Test Method Regulation
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. An RSS feed allows you to stay up to date with the latest news and documents published on a website. Simply subscribe to the RSS feed, in the reader of your choice, and all the new features will be automatically brought to you without you having to browse regularly. Instead of you visiting web sites to see what is new, you can have web content delivered directly to you. You can subscribe to as many RSS feeds as you like.
Copy the link from the RSS button or drag and drop in your RSS reader to
On IHCP web site, RSS feeds are made available
- by this symbol (in the News 'portlets')
- by the link RSS feed at the bottom of a 'news collection' web page
RSS feeds can be read using special software called an "RSS reader", "feed reader", or "aggregator". This software collects and displays RSS feeds: it lets you subscribe to any feeds you want, checks automatically to see when they're updated, and then displays the updates for you as they arrive.
An RSS reader can be used through a browser or a stand-alone program.
Browser-based news readers allow you to read your RSS feeds from any computer.
Some browsers, such as Firefox (http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/livebookmarks) and Safari (http://www.apple.com/macosx/features/safari/), have built-in support for feeds.
An updated list of RSS aggregators is provided by Wikipedia.
Each reader has a slightly different way of subscribing to a new feed. It is best, though to follow the instructions for your specific reader. Generally, click on the feed icon when presented on a IHCP web page. An XML web page will be displayed. Copy the URL of this page into the news reader.