1. • A new feature has been added to the SCIP Database wherein users can search for SCIP submissions using the SCIP number. It will only be possible to search with complete and valid SCIP numbers as partial or incomplete numbers would not produce any search results. ECHA has announced that they will start processing data submitted by Simplified SCIP Notifications (SSNs) from this month which will, in turn, help users to search using SCIP numbers that are referencing other notifications.
  2. • The search block for Article identifiers has been revamped, with options to search for different identifier types and to modify the search operator. 
  3. • Changes to the IUCLID format include updates to the article category list, which is the harmonized list based on TARIC (Integrated Tariff of the European Union list). 
  4. • Improvement in the load time of front-end portal, and enhancements in the overall processing of large and complex articles.  

Reference: https://echa.europa.eu/scip

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