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3Rs science has moved from margin to mainstream – NC3Rs reports increased commitment and enthusiasm

UK commitment to discovering laboratory methods that reduce the reliance on animal use and improve animal welfare (known as the 3Rs) is stronger th

CRACK IT award to develop tiny wireless recorders

Over the next three years, experts in low power electronics for monitoring human patients are going to use their skills to benefit the mice used in

£900,000 awarded to develop tests for cancer-causing chemicals using fewer animals

Testing chemicals used in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and consumer products industries for their potential to cause cancer (carcinogenicity t

Fifteen awards have been made under the 2011 PhD studentship scheme

Fifteen PhD studentships have been awarded to leading research groups for projects covering all of the 3Rs.

Common Marmoset Care website launches

A new interactive website which provides information on how best to care for common marmosets in captivity is now

Better reporting of animal tests needed to maximise their benefits

Poor reporting of animal experiments can limit their value in providing robust evidence to inform future studies and

Cracking the challenge – reducing our reliance on animal research while promoting scientific innovation and development

The National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs) will today (Tuesday

Research Review 2011

The NC3Rs has published the first review of its research portfolio.

Review of publicly funded primate research

Responding to the publication of the Bateson review of research using non-human primates, Dr Vicky Robinson, Chief Executive of the NC3Rs, said: