News and press releases
Can non-animal methods speed up the discovery of anticancer therapies?
Training the next generation of 3Rs-minded researchers
Is this a viable alternative to using animals for gastrointestinal research? Professor Sanger's research suggests it could be
NC3Rs PhD student Kamar Ameen-Ali takes us on a trip to the House of Commons SET for BRITAIN event
10% upper limit of bodyweight loss sufficient to determine maximum-tolerated dose
Professor Sue Barnett challenges the dogma that animal studies of spinal cord injury can't be replaced
The Maths Study Group is helping biologists to think about their 3Rs problems in ways they never had before.
Read about the 3Rs prize-winning lung-on-a-chip microdevice on the new NC3Rs blog
Maria Vinci and Kamar Ameen-Ali present NC3Rs-funded research at annual House of Commons event for National Science & Engineering Week
Professor Ian Kimber will step down as Board Chair in July. We are seeking a successor to lead the NC3Rs Board for the next 3 years