Research by NC3Rs Training Fellow Dr Alexandra Iordachescu published in npj Microgravity provides insight into early bone loss caused by disuse.
A new review paper co-authored by NC3Rs staff and published in Vaccines sets out opportunities to refine vaccine studies that use non-human primates.
For your NC3Rs funding application to be competitive it must include a strong plan to achieve a lasting 3Rs legacy. But what is a 3Rs legacy, and how do you show a panel you’ve considered yours?
We have recently committed £494k to support four new Training Fellows to acquire 3Rs research experience, with guidance from a dedicated mentor.
Learn how we will be marking 10 years of CRACK IT throughout 2021.
Translations of the revised ARRIVE guidelines are now available in six languages, on the ARRIVE guidelines website.
We are pleased to announce that five new members will join the NC3Rs Board from January 2021:
The Rodent Little Brother: Secret Lives of Mice citizen science project, developed by the Mary Lyon Centre at MRC Harwell and the NC3Rs, has been recognised in the 7th Annual Openness Awards organised by Understanding Animal Research.
John Waters, Chief Animal Technician at the University of Liverpool has won the Outstanding Technician of the Year award at the THE Awards, widely recognised as the ‘Oscars of the higher education sector’.
We are pleased to announce we have awarded 13 new PhD studentships totalling £1.17m.
A new paper by NC3Rs David Sainsbury Fellow Dr Riccardo Storchi describes a computational approach to automatically track and record the behaviour of freely-moving mice in 3D.
New research published in Scientific Reports demonstrates that skin swabbing provides a less invasive method of DNA collection from small laboratory fish than the commonly used method of fin clipping, with the potential to have a wide impact upon
A new publication in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods presents a novel device developed to promote healing of the wound margin in macaques with cranial implants.
Recommendations from a project led by the NC3Rs have been incorporated into guidance published by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
UK and EU-based applicants are invited to tender for the 2020 CRACK IT Challenges.
New research published in Scientific Reports shows the animal welfare benefits of picking up laboratory mice via a tunnel instead of by the tail persist even after repeated restraint, injection and anaesthesia.
Europe is home to a vibrant 3Rs community with a range of organisations who fund or promote science and technology developments that lead to opportunities to replace, reduce and refine the use of animals in research.
We have recently committed £2.4m to seven new project grants. This flagship scheme has been running since the NC3Rs' conception in 2004 and with these new awards over £40m has now been awarded to the development of 3Rs approaches and technologies
Our Training Fellowship scheme supports the development of promising early career researchers with less than three years’ postdoctoral experience.
Up to £3.5 million funding is available through the 2020 CRACK IT Challenges competition to solve five Challenges identified jointly by the NC3Rs and Sponsors.