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Friday 24 April 2015
An NC3Rs funded project has helped pave the way towards a potential treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS). NC3Rs Science Manager Katie Lidster reviews the impacts the grant has had since being awarded in 2010.
Monday 20 April 2015
Last week saw the publication of updated guidance on funding applications involving the use of animals, by the UK’s Research Councils. The announcement was picked up by the specialist and general press, with Nature and the Observer both covering the publication. Our Chief Executive Vicky Robinson discusses how...
Monday 23 March 2015
Storify is a service which provides an easy way to find, collect, and share what people are saying all over the web around a particular topic. In February we held a two day workshop on publication bias, encouraging delegates to share their thoughts online using the hashtag #publicationbias. Below is a storify...
Wednesday 11 March 2015
A recent publication in Critical Reviews in Toxicology, co-authored by a number of companies, has highlighted the redundancy of the one-year dog study in assessing human health risks for the registration of pesticides. The paper uses data from Japan, where the study is still routinely required. Claire Terry,...
Monday 16 February 2015
Stuart Peirson, Associate Professor in the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, chairs the 3Rs sub-committee at The University of Oxford. Here he explains how the University is supporting the 3Rs.
Monday 19 January 2015
Our Communications Officer, Laura McGuinness, spoke to Iratxe Puebla, Deputy Editor at PLOS ONE, about how journals can support the 3Rs. Listen to the podcast.
Monday 15 December 2014
Last week we announced our 2014 NC3Rs studentships. In this week’s blog post, Hayley Ash, from the University of Stirling, takes stock of her experience as an NC3Rs student.
Wednesday 03 December 2014
We spoke to Professor Michel Goldman, Executive Director of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), about the eTOX project, which has the potential to reduce the number of animal tests needed in drug development.
Tuesday 18 November 2014
Martina Klaric, Project Manager at Cosmetics Europe, tells the NC3Rs how the industry is moving forwards following the changes to EU cosmetic testing regulations.
Wednesday 05 November 2014
This month, our Public Engagement Awardees have been busy running events across the country, talking about their NC3Rs-funded research.