Supporting early career researchers with funding for disseminating their 3Rs research.
NC3Rs-funded research could replace mice in tropical disease research.
A new paper reports the top welfare indicators for laboratory macaques and marmosets and presents a protocol for welfare assessment of macaques.
A new paper demonstrates the positive welfare effects of rat playpens.
We recommend that all NC3Rs grant holders and stakeholders deposit their cells with The European Bank for induced pluripotent Stem Cells (EBiSC).
We have awarded over £0.5M to four talented 3Rs‑minded early career researchers to support their career development.
Learn more about this opportunity to have your research globally recognised.
A Dictyostelium-based screening method developed by Professor Robin SB Williams reduces animal use in drug discovery.
Our website has undergone a major refresh, helping you to easily find the most relevant information for you and your role.
Our latest round of funding brings the total number of Studentships supported to over 150 since the scheme began in 2009.
We have published a new report to support research organisations to recognise 3Rs opportunities and take action.
We are pleased to announce seven new Project grants awarded to advance the 3Rs in diverse fields.
A paper co-authored by the NC3Rs and MHRA clarifies the regulatory position.
Funding to apply the 3Rs to key areas of animal use in toxicology and environmental risk assessment.
The NC3Rs has launched two online 3Rs self-assessment tools that research groups and institutions can use to collate, track and benchmark their 3Rs activities.
New paper shows social housing is increasingly adopted for dogs, non-human primates and minipigs.
We have made nine awards and committed over £600k in the 2021 Skills and Knowledge Transfer scheme, the largest number of awards funded during the competition’s five years.
Work on human cerebral organoids that could replace the use of mice in many aspects of neurological research has won the 2020 3Rs Prize, awarded by the NC3Rs and sponsored by GSK.
In this guest blog post Dr Sally Robinson, Director of Animal Sciences and Technologies (UK) at AstraZeneca, explores the role Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Bodies (AWERBs) and other oversight bodies can play in ensuring refinements are put into
Research by NC3Rs Training Fellow Dr Alexandra Iordachescu published in npj Microgravity provides insight into early bone loss caused by disuse.