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Friday 16 February 2018
Seven teams have been awarded funding to develop marketable products or improve business processes that will have a significant 3Rs impact.
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Monday 05 February 2018
We have awarded four new NC3Rs Fellowships to support 3Rs research in a range of disease areas.
Staff Blog
Monday 05 February 2018
Regional Programme Managers Kamar Ameen-Ali and Emma Stringer share their experience of working with universities to promote the 3Rs.
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Monday 05 February 2018
Researchers at Newcastle University have found  picking up laboratory mice by the tail makes them less responsive to reward, indicating a more depressive-like state compared to mice handled using a tunnel.
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Monday 29 January 2018
New model developed by researchers at the Universities of Birmingham and Oxford with NC3Rs funding.
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Friday 26 January 2018
We are pleased to announce that Professor Paul Garside, Dr David Lovell and Professor Jon Timmis have joined the NC3Rs Board. They bring with them expertise in a range of fields, including immunobiology, medical statistics and computational biology.
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Wednesday 24 January 2018
Look back at the NC3Rs' work in 2017 with our top ten news stories and blog posts.
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Tuesday 19 December 2017
To round off our Year of Laboratory Rodent Welfare, we're taking a look at rat tickling and how it can improve welfare.
News
Friday 15 December 2017
Building on his previous NC3Rs-funded work, Dr Mike Emerson has developed a simpler, refined mouse model for studying thrombosis. 
Staff Blog
Tuesday 12 December 2017
Mark Prescott and Nathalie Percie du Sert reflect on their involvement in the recent 8th International Conference of the Laboratory Animal Scientists' Association (LASA) India.

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