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Thursday 11 June 2015
This week (Tuesday 9 June) saw the first meeting of the newly formed London In Vitro Models Club. The Club is the brainchild of NC3Rs Early Career Fellow Dr Adrian Biddle from Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL), and provides a network for researchers focussing on in vitro models for cancer and stem cell...
Tuesday 12 May 2015
Dr Mark Prescott, primatologist and Head of Research Management and Policy at the NC3Rs, launches our latest online resource – The Macaque Website.
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
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 Wakelet feed of what they shared.
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 below.  
Wednesday 05 November 2014
This month, our Public Engagement Awardees have been busy running events across the country, talking about their NC3Rs-funded research.
Thursday 09 October 2014
Last week we launched “Our Vision 2015-2025” at an afternoon event in London attended by over 150 of our stakeholders.
Friday 12 September 2014
This week we travelled to Birmingham to take part in this year's British Science Festival. The topic of our session: Keeping a watchful eye on animal behaviour.
Thursday 04 September 2014
Today the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills released the results of a poll it commissioned to gauge public attitudes towards animal research. Dr Vicky Robinson, Chief Executive at the NC3Rs, takes a look at the findings.

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