May 2014

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Seven researchers have been awarded funding to engage with the public about their NC3Rs-funded work.  The awards will fund a variety of activities...
The power of collaboration is all around us.  Wikipedia has become the epitome of collaborative crowd sourcing, to educate and satiate our need for...
Dr Mark Coles (University of York), Dr Gary Mirams (University of Oxford) and Dr Caroline Brennan (Queen Mary University of London) entertained sell-...
Amidst the ever-changing landscape of scholarly communication, open access publishing has emerged as an attractive option for disseminating research...
Translations of our ARRIVE reporting guidelines are now available in several languages, the latest of which being Mandarin Chinese. The guidelines...
Dr Mark Prescott, Head of Research Management and Policy, gives the NC3Rs position on openness in animal research. Openness in animal research is...
The festival is growing, with both the number of events and the breadth of reach increasing every year. This year it runs from the 19 to 21 May, and...
The book was coedited by Dr David Allen, from Integrated Laboratory Systems in North Carolina. Dr Allen has many years of experience in evaluating...
Just as mice and rats are not humans, a mathematical model is not a human, but, like mice and rats, a model can be thought to be representative of...

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