Blog: Improve cross-talk, fewer mouse models and coconuts
Highlights from this week's joint symposium with the Society of Biology
21 June 2013
This week the NC3Rs and the Society of Biology hosted a joint
symposium in London to showcase and discuss some of the latest
advances in 3Rs research. Featuring speakers from a range of
disciplines, the symposium covered improvements in the
efficiency of animal models and techniques to reduce the
reliance on in vivo approaches. Dan
Richards writes about some of the highlights, and
speaks with Professor Matthew Walker, UCL who is researching
treatments for epilepsy.
Podcast: Listen to the interview with Professor
Matthew Walker, UCL on slime mould and coconuts.