Thursday 12 January 2017
The framework SEARCHBreast (Sharing Experimental Animal Resources, Coordinating Holdings), established with NC3Rs funding, enables scientists to share material from animal studies in breast cancer research, minimising repetition of animal studies and maximising the use of available resources.
Thursday 12 January 2017
We are pleased to announce 11 new PhD studentships awarded in the recent round of funding. The awards, totalling nearly £1 million, embed the 3Rs in the training of new generations of researchers from a broad range of scientific backgrounds. One studentship is awarded jointly with the British Heart Foundation...
Thursday 05 January 2017
Focusing on the supply, sustainability and viability of human tissue for 3Rs purposes.
Wednesday 21 December 2016
Our most popular news and blog items published over the past year.
Tuesday 06 December 2016
The reproducibility of preclinical research has been in the limelight over the last few years, with many major scientific stakeholders concerned about the quality of the design and reporting of animal experiments. We published the ARRIVE guidelines in 2010 to help researchers report their in vivo science...
Thursday 03 November 2016
The Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC) and the Consortium for Innovation and Quality in Pharmaceutical Development (IQ) have announced the 2016 recipients of their Global 3Rs Awards. This program recognises recent research papers which make significant innovative...
Monday 24 October 2016
A new model of mammalian prion disease has been developed in the fruit fly by a team led by Dr Raymond Bujdoso at the University of Cambridge. The study, co-funded by the NC3Rs and published recently in Biochemical Journal, could lead to a fast, low cost blood test to diagnose prion disease without using...
Tuesday 18 October 2016
... but were too afraid to ask We are currently looking for researchers to become Panel members in our Development and Impact, Grant, Studentship and Training Fellowship Assessment Panels, from January 2017. In this blog Professor Lucy Walker sheds more light on what it is like to be part of an NC3Rs Panel.
Thursday 13 October 2016
An overview of our programme of work, and collaborations, with the pharmaceutical and chemicals industries.
Tuesday 11 October 2016
Our new e-learning resource “Euthanasia in Laboratory Animals” is now available. This is the third e-learning resource developed by Professor Paul Flecknell and his team at Newcastle University with funding from the NC3Rs. A version that permits tracking of user completion is available at FLAIR e-learning.