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STEM for Britain: researchers visit the Parliament

NC3Rs-funded PhD student Neal Rimmer shares his experience of participating in STEM for Britain, a competition for early career researchers to present their work in the House of Commons.

The NC3Rs PhD Studentship Review

We have recently published a review focusing on our PhD studentships.

Coming up: NC3Rs events at Pint of Science 2017

The Pint of Science festival is returning to pubs around the country on 15 - 17 May.

£200k awarded in CRACK IT Single Phase Challenges

University of Leeds and SimOmics Ltd win CRACK IT Challenges competition.  

How serious are we about asepsis for rodent surgery?

A blog from Professor Paul Flecknell from Newcastle University, discussing aseptic surgery.

Eleven ways your funding application could be failing

Tips from the NC3Rs funding team on avoiding common pitfalls when writing a grant application.

A strategy for improving animal welfare and quality of science

Refining housing, husbandry and procedures is at the heart of NC3Rs’ work.

Results of mouse studies affected by the way the animals are handled

A new study shows that how mice are picked can substantially change their behaviour in cognitive tests.

Improving the translation of memory research from animals to humans

A new task for assessing memory in humans has been published by a team at Durham University.

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