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A recent study from the University of Manchester has shown that human cell lines can be used to study lung colonisation by the fungus Aspergillus fumigatus. The work, published in Nature Communications, was partly funded by an NC3Rs Fellowship to Dr

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The 2018 CRACK IT Challenges are now live. This year's competition consists of three Challenges identified jointly by the NC3Rs and Sponsors.

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We recently sponsored three events as part of the worldwide Pint of Science festival, which brings researchers into local pubs every May to talk about their work.

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Launching today, the NC3Rs Gateway is a new publication portal on the F1000Research publication platform dedicated to the 3Rs, featuring methodology articles, reviews and source data that describe in detail how the use of animals in research can be

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The NC3Rs is once again sponsoring public engagement events around the UK as part of this year's Pint of Science festival.

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