March 2017

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We know that compiling and submitting a grant application is a time consuming process. To help applicants avoid common pitfalls encountered during...
Promoting high standards of laboratory animal welfare by refining housing, husbandry and procedures is at the heart of NC3Rs’ work. High standards...
A new study shows that how mice are picked up can substantially change their behaviour in cognitive tests. The work, by Dr Kelly Gouveia and...
A new task for assessing memory in humans has been developed by a team at Durham University and published recently in Learning and Memory. In the...
Six teams have been awarded over half a million pounds of funding in the latest Phase 1 proof-of-concept stage of the NC3Rs CRACK IT Challenges...
A paper investigating the welfare of laboratory rats is the winner of the 2016 3Rs prize, which is awarded by the UK’s National Centre for the 3Rs (...
We have launched a new resource on choosing contractors for animal research, especially for preclinical studies involving dogs and macaques. The PDF...
While 2017 is the Chinese year of the rooster you could say that it is the NC3Rs year of the rodent as we are launching a number of exciting...

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