EPA collaborates with hundreds stakeholders ranging from industry, academia, trade associations, other federal agencies, state government and non-governmental organizations. The collaborative research agreement linked below is the vehicle by which EPA exchanges knowledge and materials including chemicals, software, chemical data, animal toxicity study results, new high-throughput screening assays and more with these stakeholder groups.
For additional information and to view a complete list of current partners with links to collaborative agreements, see Collaborative Agreements for Chemical Safety Research.You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
- Texas A&M AgriLife MTA (PDF)(6 pp, 525 K)